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tote to carry on one's back or in one's arms or hands. [2 definitions]
tote bag a large, usu. open-topped handbag used for shopping or to carry knitting, books, or the like.
tote board (informal) a large board, visible from the stands of a racetrack, on which the current bets, odds, and payoffs are posted.
totem a natural object or living thing, such as an animal, that is taken as the symbol of a family or clan because of a supposed close relationship or ancestral connection with it. [2 definitions]
totemism the belief in, or the practice of having, totems. [3 definitions]
totem pole a vertical post or column that is carved with totemic figures and usu. painted, formerly erected in front of dwellings by certain coastal Indian peoples of northwestern North America. [2 definitions]
to the core through and through; completely.
to the fore to a position of primacy or prominence.
to the full to the greatest degree.
to the good to the benefit; advantageous. [2 definitions]
to the hilt as much as possible; completely; thoroughly.
to the letter in every detail; precisely.
to the point relevant to the main focus of interest or discussion.
to the tune of (informal) to the amount or extent of; at the cost of.
totter to sway or falter as if about to fall or collapse. [3 definitions]
toucan any of several brightly colored tropical birds with very large bills, found in the Western Hemisphere.
touch to bring one's hand or fingers in contact with (something) in order to feel it. [22 definitions]
touchable combined form of touch.
touch-and-go insecure or uncertain; precarious; risky.
touchback in football, a play in which a team touches the ball down in its own end zone as the result of a pass interception, kick reception, or recovery of the opposing team's fumble.
touchdown in football, the act or an instance of scoring six points by catching or carrying the ball on or behind the opponent's goal line. [3 definitions]