Controlled Vocabulary

English Vocabulary Index

Controlled Vocabulary for 28th November :

  1. Treadle (n) : a lever operated by the foot


  2. Treadle (v) : work (the treadle) with the feet


  3. Treason (n) : disloyalty, faithlessness, the giving away of the secrets of one’s own country to an enemy


  4. Treasure (n) : wealth (stored) highly valued article or being


  5. Treasure-trove (n) : a wealth of gold, silver, money, etc, found hidden in the earth the owner being Unknown


  6. Treasury (n) : a place where public revenues are kept


  7. Treat (v) : to deal with, to pay for the entertainment, cure


  8. Treatise (n) : an essay or a written discourse


  9. Treatment (n) : the process of treating anything, the method of medical help


  10. Treaty (n) : a formal agreement between states


  11. Treble (adj.) : threefold


  12. Treble (v) : make or become three fold


  13. Tree (n) : a grown-up palm


  14. Tremble (v) : shake, shudder


  15. Tremble (n) : trembling (shivering)


  16. Tremendous (adj.) : dreadful, awful


  17. Tremor (n) : a shaking or quivering


  18. Tremulous (adj.) : affected by trembling, timid


  19. Trench (n) : a ditch


  20. Trench (v) : dig a ditch


  21. Trenchant (adj.) : cutting deeply


  22. Trend (n) : tendency


  23. Trepidation (n) : involuntary trembling


  24. Trespass (v) : encroach, violate divine law, do wrong


  25. Trespass (n) ; encroachment


  26. Tress (n) ; lock of hair


  27. Tret (n) : an allowance to the purchaser for waste due to transportation


  28. Trews (n & pl) : trousers


  29. Trial (n) : test, trouble, examination before a judge


  30. Triangle (n) : a plane figure with three sides


  31. Tribe (n) : a division, class or group of people


  32. Tribulation (n) : suffering, trouble


  33. Tribunal (n) : a court of justice


  34. Tribune (n) : a magistrate, a platform


  35. Tributary (n) : one who pays tribute, a stream which contributes water to another


  36. Tribute (n) : tax paid by a conquered country, an acknowledgement


  37. Trice (n) : an instant, at once


  38. Trick (n) : a clever device for getting an advantage by deception


  39. Trickery (n) : cheating, deception


  40. Trickle (v) : flow in drops or in a thin stream


  41. Trickster (n) : a cheat, a fraud


  42. Tricolour (adj.) : having three colours


  43. Tricycle (n) : a small three wheeled cycle


  44. Trident (n) : a spear with three sharp heads or fork with three prongs


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