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tasty having a pleasing, agreeable flavor; delicious.
tat to make looped and knotted lace with a small hand shuttle.
tatami in Japan, a traditional matlike floor covering of woven rice straw.
Tatar a modern descendant of the Tartars, living chiefly in European Russia, east of Moscow. [4 definitions]
tatter a torn and hanging part, shred, or piece, as of a garment or flag. [4 definitions]
tatterdemalion a person wearing torn, ragged clothes.
tatting lace made by knotting and looping a strand of heavy gauge cotton or linen thread on a small hand shuttle, often used as trimming. [2 definitions]
tattle to reveal secrets of or disclose information about another person, usu. out of malice; inform against another. [3 definitions]
tattle on to betray (someone) by disclosing misbehavior, secrets, or the like to another; tell on.
tattler one who tattles; telltale. [2 definitions]
tattletale a person who informs against or reveal secrets of another, esp. among children; telltale.
tattoo1 an indelible picture, pattern, or other marking made on the skin by puncturing it and inserting pigments. [2 definitions]
tattoo2 a signal sounded on a drum or bugle to summon military personnel to their quarters at night. [2 definitions]
tatty shabby or cheap; crude.
tau the name of the nineteenth letter of the Greek alphabet.
taught past tense and past participle of teach.
taunt to reproach, deride, or challenge in scornful, insulting language; jeer at. [2 definitions]
tau particle a positively or negatively charged lepton whose mass is roughly 3,500 times greater than that of an electron, and that decays fairly quickly.
taupe a dark brownish gray color.
Taurus a winter zodiacal constellation located between Aries and Gemini and near Orion, and containing the bright star Aldebaran, the Crab Nebula, and two star clusters, the Pleiades and the Hyades; Bull. [3 definitions]
taut tightly drawn, pulled, or stretched; not slack. [3 definitions]