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tedious long and boring; dull; wearisome.
tedium the state or condition of being tedious, dull, or wearisome; monotony.
tee1 the letter "T" or "t". [2 definitions]
tee2 the cleared, often raised area from which play begins on a golf hole. [3 definitions]
tee-hee to giggle or snicker, usu. in a nervous or silly manner. [2 definitions]
teem to have in abundance; swarm (usu. fol. by "with").
-teen a form of "ten," used in the cardinal numbers from "thirteen" to "nineteen".
teen teen-age. [2 definitions]
teenage of, concerning, being, or characteristic of a person or people of ages thirteen through nineteen.
teenager a person of age thirteen through nineteen.
teens the numbers thirteen through nineteen, esp. as they refer to years in a person's life or in a century. [2 definitions]
teeny (informal) very small; tiny.
tee off to begin play in a game of golf or on a single hole. [4 definitions]
teepee variant of tepee.
tee shirt variant of T-shirt.
teeter to walk, stand, or behave in an unsteady manner. [4 definitions]
teeter board a plank of wood or other hard material balanced on a support in the middle such that when one end goes up, the other comes down; seesaw.
teeter-totter a seesaw.
teeth pl. of tooth.
teethe of a baby, to have teeth growing out through the gums.
teething ring a circular object made of plastic, ivory, or rubber for a teething baby to gnaw.