Words used in Spelling Bee. Intermediate level. Words that starts with: T to Z
Tabernacle is a place or house of worship.
Tableau is a picture of a scene.
Tabular means arranged into a table.
Tachometer is a machine to measure velocity or speed.
Tacky is not tasteful or fashionable.
Tact is a sense of what to say without raising offense.
Taffy is a chewy candy.
Tail is the hindmost part of an animal.
Taint is a trace of something bad or harmful.
Tally is an account or reckoning.
Tambourine is a small drum consisting of a circular frame with skin stretched over it and several pairs of metal jingles attached.
Tandem is one following or behind the other.
Tangible is capable of being touched.
Tantalize means to torment with.
Tapestry is a fabric used for wall hangings or furniture coverings.
Tassel is an ornament consisting of a bunch of threads hanging from a round knob, used on clothing or jewelry.
Taught is the past participle of teach.
Taunt means to mock.
Tawdry means showy or cheap.
Tea is something to drink.
Tee is a golfer's aid.
Technique is the manner in which the technical skills of a particular art or field of endeavor are used.
Tedious means long and tiresome.
Teeter means to move unsteadily.
Telegraph is an apparatus to send messages to a distant place.
Telepathy is communication between minds.
Telephone is an apparatus to send sound to distances.
Temblor is a tremor; earthquake.
Tempt means to entice or allure to do something often considered wrong.
Tenor is the meaning that runs through something written or spoken.
Tense is stretched tight; high-strung or nervous.
Terrain is a tract of land.
Terse is neatly or effectively concise; brief and pithy.
Tetanus is a disease, commonly called lockjaw.
Thatch is a material used to cover roofs.
Thermometer is a device for measuring temperature.
Thesaurus is a dictionary of synonyms and antonyms.
Thesis is a proposition put forth to be considered.
Thigh is between the hip and the knee.
Thimble is a small cap, worn over the fingertip to protect it when pushing a needle through a cloth in sewing.
Third is next after the second.
Thistle is a prickly plant.
Thorough is executed without negligence or omissions.
Thumb is the short, thick inner digit of the human hand.
Tier is one of a series of rows rising one behind or above another.
Tinsel is a glittering, metallic substance, usually in strips.
Titanic meaning gigantic.
Titlist is a titleholder, champion.
Tobacco is the plant used in making cigarettes.
Tongue is the movable organ in the mouth of humans.
Tonsillectomy is the operation removing one or both tonsils.
Topaz is a mineral used as a gem.
Torque is something that produces rotation.
Tout is to solicit business.
Toxicity is the degree of being poisonous.
Traceable is capable of being traced.
Trachea is the windpipe.
Trait is a distinguishing characteristic or quality.
Tranquil is calm or peaceful.
Transcend is to rise above or go beyond.
Transient means not lasting or enduring.
Translucent is letting pass through, but not clearly.
Trapeze is an apparatus consisting of a horizontal bar attached to two suspending ropes.
Trauma is a body wound or shock produced by sudden physical injury.
Trestle is a type of frame, used in railroad spans.
Trichotomy means divided into three parts.
Trivial means of little significance or importance.
Trough is a receptacle, usually for drinking from.
Troupe is a group of actors or performers, esp. travelers.
Truancy is the act of being truant or late.
Tyrannize is to exercise absolute control or power.
Ulcer is a sore on the skin.
Uncollectible means it can't be collected.
Unkempt is disheveled or messy.
Vaccinal pertaining to vaccine or vaccination.
Vague is not clearly expressed or identified.
Vaudeville is a theatrical entertainment.
Vehemence meaning ardor or fervor.
Veneer is a thin layer of wood.
Vengeance means violent revenge or getting back.
Vermicelli is a form of pasta.
Victuals are food supplies.
Viscount is a nobleman just below an earl or count.
Vogue means something in fashion.
Vying is competing or contending.
Waive is to give up or to forgo.
Whack is to strike with a sharp blow or blows.
Wheelwright is a person whose trade is to make wheels.
Wherever is in, at or to whatever place.
Wince is to draw back or tense the body.
Wrack is wreck or wreckage.
Wreak to inflict or execute as punishment or vengeance.
Wren is a small, active songbird.
Yeoman is a petty officer in a navy.
Zeppelin is a rigid airship or dirigible.
Zoological is of or pertaining to zoology.
Zucchini is a variety of summer squash.