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  • tapir Breaking through the thick underwood, or emerging slowly from the water, we may catch a glimpse of the sombre tapir, or the red-brown capivara.
  • top Before he could get up Carl and Leo were on top of him.
  • topee I've a new topee to charge against one or other of the Viceroys or Government-General Pretyman hardly looked his name-and during the rest of the function of the return from the Bundar of Lord Minto and his retainers, you could tell by his grey speckled side what position in the preceding function a spectator had occupied.
  • topeka Swathed in oil-skins, however, I braved the downpour, and visited one of the numerous canneries to which the Topeka tied up for a few minutes, and here I was surprised to find that Chinese labour is almost exclusively employed.
  • topi A very polite man bowed us inside, and we proceeded on our quixotic search for a topi not entirely hideous.
  • topic A topic (Gr. topos, place) is a head of discourse. Since a topic for discussion is often stated in the form of a question, question has come to be extensively used to denote a debatable topic, especially of a practical nature—an issue; as, the labor question; the temperance question. In deliberative assemblies a proposition presented or moved for acceptance is called a motion, and such a motion or other matter for consideration is known as the question, since it is or may be stated in interrogative form to be answered by each member with a vote of "aye" or "no;" a member is required to speak to the question; the chairman puts the question. In speaking or writing the general subject or theme may be termed the topic, tho it is more usual to apply the latter term to the subordinate divisions, points, or heads of discourse; as, to enlarge on this topic would carry me too far from my subject; a pleasant drive will suggest many topics for conversation.
  • tops See how the tree-tops are bendin'!
  • torpid "Torpid," said Moira, gazing at him.
  • tropic The savoury dishes were partaken of, and removed, and the table, arranged for dessert, exhibited that gorgeous profusion which a tropic clime can alone produce-where almost every order of the botanical world supplies some fruit or berry of rarest excellence.
  • tupi They belonged to the great family of Tupi-Guaranies, who occupied most of eastern South America at the white man's advent, but they were more nomadic in their habits and had developed the art of war to greater perfection than the mother tribes of the more tropical parts of South America.
  • Took Nathan Wampole's face instantly took on an ugly look.
  • topics So long as the meal lasted, Repton's conversation was entirely devoted to such topics as he might have discussed at a formal dinner-party.
  • diaphaneities

23 words made from the letters TOPIK