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telespectroscope an instrument used to determine the spectra of stars.
telesthesia the extrasensory perception of objects or events that occur outside the recognized range of the organs of sense perception.
telestich a poem in which the last letters of each line form a word or phrase. (Cf. acrostic.)
teletext the television broadcast of information, such as news or weather, that appears as printed text on the television screen.
telethon a television program of several hours or more, usu. broadcast to raise funds for a charity or other cause.
Teletype trademark for a teletypewriter. [2 definitions]
teletypewriter a device resembling a typewriter, by which messages can be sent or received through telephone or telegraph lines.
teleview to view by way of a television receiver. [2 definitions]
televise to broadcast or receive by television.
television the process of transmitting visual images in the form of electromagnetic waves over distances to be seen on a screen. (abbr.: TV) [3 definitions]
Telex trademark for a communication system allowing subscribers to send and receive teletypewriter messages through the telephone. [3 definitions]
tell to express verbally; relate in spoken or written words. [9 definitions]
tell apart to distinguish.
teller someone or something that tells. [3 definitions]
tellin' present participle of "tell" spelled in a way that reflects rapid, informal, or dialectical speech.
telling having a noticeable or striking effect. [2 definitions]
telltale a person who reveals confidential matters about others; tattler; informer. [3 definitions]
tellurian characteristic of or pertaining to the earth or its inhabitants; terrestrial. [3 definitions]
tellurium a chemical element that has fifty-two protons in each nucleus and that is usu. found in compounds, but that can be isolated as a toxic, brittle, silver-white crystal sometimes used in alloys with lead, copper, or iron to increase hardness and machinability. (symbol: Te)
telo- a variant of tele1, tele2.
telpher a cable car suspended from, and run on, overhead electrical wires. [2 definitions]