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Unspoken; implied or inferred.
Tacit
Habitually untalkative.
Taciturn
Capable of being touched; real or concrete.
Tangible
Capable of being defended or maintained.
Tenable
In the nature of an experiment or trial; uncertain.
Tentative
To block or frustrate.
Thwart
Peaceful and quiet; free of mental agitation.
Tranquil
So shocking as to produce a lasting psychological effect.
Traumatic
Perceptive and forceful; cutting.
Trenchant
Violently agiatated or disturbed; restless or unruly.
Turbulent
Being or seeming to be everywhere.
Ubiquitous
Refined, elegant, and sophisicated in manner or style.
Urbane
To seize a power, office, function or the like without any legal right to do so.
Usurp
A bizzare or eccentric idea, action, or condition.
Vagary
Open to, or marked by, bribery or corruption.
Venal
a. A thin layer of fine material put on the surface of something in order to make it more attractive or cover defects; a deceptively attractive outward appearance. b. To cover something with a blank* of fine material.
Veneer
Worthy of reverence or respect because of character, position, age, or religious or historical assoaciations.
Venerable
Habitual adherence to the truth; accuracy.
Veracity
Capable of doing many things or serving many functions.
Versatile
a. The right or power of the chief executive to reject measures approved by the legistlative body; any authoritative prohibition. b. To prevent a bill form becoming law by exercising the right of blank*; to prohibit or reject.
Veto
To struggle for superiority with; to contend with.
Vie
Inclined to seek revenge; intented to inflict pain or harm.
Vindictive
To impair the quality, force, or value of; to debase.
Vitiate
a. Evaporating readily at normal temperatures or pressure levels. b. Changeable and potentially explosive.
Volatile
a.To decrease gradually in size, extent, power, or intensity. b. A gradual decline or decrease.
Wane
Intense anger.
Wrath
a. A wooden frame joining a pair of oxen or other draft animals together at the neck; any form or symbol of bondage or subjection. b. To join or bond together.
Yoke
a. A comical person given to outlandish behavior; a buffoon. b. Ludicrously comic, bizarre, or absurd.
Zany
Enthusiastic devotion to something; fervor.
Zeal
a. The point of a celestial sphere that is directly above the observer and vertically opposite the extreme point below. b. The highest point or state of something.
Zenith