We have put together a list of 50 common and not-so-common words that both begin with T and end with T.
Here, we’ll give a brief description of what they are and use it in a sentence, so they make sense.
50 Words That Begin And End With T
This is a point of reference at which to aim something.
Typically, with the trajectory for another moving object like a dart or anything, the target is the destination for an attack.
“That country is the target for an attack.”
“Do you play darts? I have a target hanging on my basement wall.”
The target can also be a person or group: “That family is the target of some mean-spirited gossip.”
An object of shelter that is portable and used for camping and other recreational purposes is called a tent.
They can be used as strictly sleeping accommodation or as protection from the weather.
They are also available in larger sizes for those who are performing outdoors.
“Can you bring an extra tent for my friend for the camping trip?”
“The tent blew away in the storm.”
Trust is an immovable belief in the reliability or truth of someone or something.
“She married him, so she must trust him.”
This word can also represent a type of financial account that is kept by a person or a financial entity for someone else.
“There is money in the trust her parents set up for her.”
Tweet or Tweeting is the sound that a bird makes when it sings or speaks to other birds.
It’s their language.
In modern-day pop culture, a Tweet is a way of communicating on a social media platform called Twitter.
“The birds will tweet once they are up at dawn.”
“Mary sent a very controversial Tweet online today, and it got retweeted a lot.”
A trout is a type of fish that resides in freshwater and is a popular game fish for eating all over the globe.
It’s found in America and Eurasia and is part of the Salmon family.
“Anna caught a trout on her first fishing trip.”
“Trout is best served with fresh, steamed vegetables.”
Talent is when a person is born with an aptitude for something.
They don’t learn the skill because they already possess it.
They must develop it in order to use it in some cases, but the skill always comes naturally to them.
“Dan is a talented musician.”
“Tito has a natural talent for singing.”
This is a facility for people to dispose of bodily waste.
The toilet at home is in the bathroom, and in public spaces, it’s a restroom.
“I had to wait in a long line for the toilet at the restaurant.”
“The toilet has been stopped up three times this month.”
A test can be defined as a tool which is used to determine the knowledge prior to allowing that knowledge to be used.
Another definition is a procedure by which an object or invention must pass requirements for public use.
“They taste tested that cupcake brand before they put it on the market.”
Tart is a taste that is somewhat like lemons.
However, the word tart is also used two other ways.
In old English, still used today, it can be used to describe a less than savory woman, meaning prostitute.
Back then, it was considered a negative profession, the oldest in the world.
Now, it just is what it is, but the word can be used to describe someone who is a bit loose in morals.
The third definition is to describe an open pastry crust with a fruit filling.
“The strawberry tart was delicious.”
“Wow, that girl looks like a tart in that dress!”
“This pastry tastes a bit tart.”
A piece of paper or small card that is used to allow a person to gain entry into an event of some kind or to personally participate in some sort of activity is called a ticket.
Today, there are even virtual tickets that you purchase to attend an online event.
A ticket can be something with a number or letter code that enters the bearer into a contest where prizes are won when their code is chosen.
To treat someone means to give something to them for a special occasion, to behave towards a person a certain way, or to provide medical attention.
“I hope he treats her well.”
“I treat myself to chocolate each week.”
“The doctor treated my husband for his broken foot.”
To twist something is to form into a spiral shape.
To move something in a twist, you would move it around something that stays still.
Twist can also mean to change something suddenly within a particular context.
“Make that metal into a twisted shape.”
“Twist that tie around the plastic bread container please.”
“The plot took a sudden twist!”
A thought is something that you use your mind for.
It is the way we form a concept or visualize it in our minds.
“She thought of the best possible path to take.”
Tonight is a time of day after the sun goes down, always referring to the current day rather than the past or future.
“I’ll be at Janet’s house for dinner tonight.”
One who rules with an iron fist and who oppresses the masses would be considered a tyrant.
Tyrant was used more often in history.
It’s not used as much now.
The replacement word could be dictator.
Tyrant and despot were frequently used interchangeably.
Text is lettering.
You may create text to speak a language and form ideas in any form.
As a verb, text is the act of writing letters or communicating through written words on a phone or computer.
“I couldn’t read the books at school because the text in them was so boring.”
“I wonder if Mary will text me back.”
Tight is something that is fastened in such a way that it is held rigid or difficult to open back up.
“I hope the lid on the jam jar was tight before you placed it in the fridge.”
“That dress seems a bit tight. Are you sure you’ll be comfortable?”
A trumpet is a brass instrument that creates music by using air that the user forces into its body while buttons are pushed to block the passageway into and out of the instrument.
This action manipulates the air and creates sounds of different musical notes.
“He really knows how to play that Jazz trumpet!”
In ancient times, two knights, or more than two in separate groups, would have jousting tournaments.
This was done on horseback.
They would charge towards each other at speed with blunt instruments to knock each other off the horse.
The knight or knights who accomplished this won a prize.
Today, this word is translated into sports where groups or teams compete in sports for a prize.
“The college basketball tournament known as March Madness is an exciting event every year.”
Thirst is a sensation that signals the brain that your body needs water.
It’s there to keep a person from getting dehydrated. It may show up as a dry sensation in the mouth.
“My thirst gets so strong after I run in the morning.”
A spear with three prongs on it is called a trident.
It’s used for fishing.
“I love the way the Poseidon statue stands in the waves holding his trident high to the heavens.”
A color or shade of a color that can be seen through or not depending on what the tint is being used for.
For example, you can have glasses tinted for the sun as well as vision.
You can have your car windows tinted so you can block out the sun or can’t see inside the vehicle.
“He tinted his new Toyota’s windows with a sexy black tint.”
These are people who willfully engage in harming others in the pursuit of political aims.
“The terrorist hijacked the plane and took hostages so they could make political demands.”
This is a slang word that is not a proper word in the English language.
It’s used to describe a silly or foolish person.
It can also be used to describe a person who is not viewed as intelligent.
“That twit just stands there when asked a simple question.”
A tablet can be either a pill used for medication or a portable, handheld computer.
Before computers, there were stone tablets that were carved as a form of primitive communication.
“I gag on any medication that comes as a tablet. I prefer liquid.”
“She does the best graphic design on her new tablet.”
“The cavemen wrote hieroglyphics on a stone tablet.”
This is a person who rents a property from a landlord.
This can also mean a store tenant like a shop owner.
It can be commercial or private land.
“Susan is a great tenant.”
This is the expression of intention towards others as a form of retribution for something done or not done.
It can also be a position that someone holds that could hurt someone else’s position or cause them to lose something.
“Tara saw Sue as a threat to her job.”
This is a piece of bread that is cooked to a certain extent as it turns brown and crunchy so you can put condiments like butter or jam on it.
A toast is also a way of stating something complimentary to someone on a special occasion.
“She likes her toast dark and slathered with jam.”
“The best man raised a toast to the bride and groom.”
Someone who is exploring a place that is not native to them is a tourist.
“The tourist took pictures with the parrot on the island on their vacation.”
A piece of cloth or rubber tubing or anything that can be tied tightly above a wound to stop profuse bleeding.
“The first aid officer applied a tourniquet to the wounded camper and waited for help to arrive.”
This is when someone attempts to see a product or service by way of pestering others and being pushy in a rude manner.
“That man at the mall kiosk was touting a face cream and blocked our path until we had to listen or walk away.”
To move someone or something from one place to another by way of some vehicle is to transport.
This can be done by an automobile or other transportation method.
“They will have to transport people to the worksite.”
A central area that links all types of communications including satellite.
The act of teleportation of a person or thing from one space to another, as in Star Trek’s sort of teleportation.
“They teleported Mr. Spock to the planet’s surface to join Captain Kirk.”
The act of accepting a difference in another culture or belief system without agreeing with it.
“My in-laws are tolerant of my religious beliefs even though theirs do not match mine.”
This is the time before nightfall when it’s still soft light, but not completely dark.
“The curfew dictates we be indoors by twilight.”
A student that skips school or various classes to go somewhere else without prior permission to do so or legal excuse is considered truant.
“The truant student was suspended for skipping school.”
To win over adversity, one is triumphant.
“He was triumphant over his enemies despite the odds.”
To move something from one place to another with effort or exertion.
“The farmer had to transplant half his crop from one plot to another.”
A trait is something about a person that is unique to them.
“Honesty is a common trait among his peer group.”
To thrust is to move with force back and forth in a front and back or in and out movement.
“He warms up for a workout by doing 25 squat thrusts.”
A triplet is one of three children of any living creature born at the same time.
“She was pleasantly surprised when she found she was pregnant with triplets.”
A group of bushes or trees that are tightly grouped together is called a thicket.
“The bloodhounds were following a scent deep in the thicket.”
This word only has one meaning, and it’s to steal or the act of stealing.
“The thief was sentenced to a year in prison for petty theft.”
A trinket is a small piece of jewelry or something like a small ornament that is of no value other than sentiment.
A bumpy ride, both literally and figuratively, is considered turbulent.
“The flight was quite turbulent due to being over water much of the time.”
“We live in turbulent times.”
This can be a part of the will of the deceased pertaining to property.
It can also be used as a testimonial, which is where that word originates.
“Her last Will and Testament outlined that she wanted her children to share everything she owned.”
“The following she has serves as a testament to the work she is known for.”
This is a person who abandoned a certain group or party to go with another one that is typically opposing the first.
“He was denounced as a turncoat.”
A transcript is a copy of an original document that has been translated or copied from an original document or compiled from a series of documents.
It can also be used to describe a document containing the written text of a spoken series of words.
“The student must pick up their high school transcript to attend college.”
“Have you read the transcript of the speech he gave yesterday?”
This is a small boat that is used to “tug” or pull another larger boat or ship out of the dock into deeper water so they can move at speed.
“A fleet of tugboats finally pulled the cargo ship out of the canal after it was stuck there for weeks.”
Two concepts are compared as being equally as serious.
“Study is tantamount to practice.”