Words that End in T


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Words that End in T

As the most commonly used consonant in the English alphabet, it might be useful to know words that end in T. Below there are some popular categories and examples of words ending in T, such as animals, places, and adjectives.

Animals that end in T

  • Marmoset: small soft-furred South American and Central American monkey with claws instead of nails
    • I think marmosets are the cutest little monkeys.
  • Dragonet: small often brightly colored scaleless marine bottom-dwellers; found in tropical and warm temperate waters of Europe and America
    • The colors, patterns, and shapes of the dragonet make it a fascinating little fish.
  • Cygnet: a young swan
    • The little grey cygnets looked like small, floating rabbits from afar.

Places that end in T

  • Occident: the countries of (originally) Europe and (now including) North America and South America
    • The cultures from the Occident are vastly different from the Orient.
  • Resort: a hotel located in a resort area
    • The ladies were happy to return to the resort after a long day of sightseeing
  • Environment: the totality of surrounding conditions
    • It’s important to take care of the environment for the survival of human beings.

Words that describe people

  • Benevolent: intending or showing kindness
    • The benevolent nuns collected food and clothing for the homeless. 
  • Riant: showing or feeling mirth (happiness and laughter)
    • The playground was full of little riant kids during the party. 
  • Adroit: quick or skillful or adept in action or thought
    • The adroit student sat and solved puzzles for hours in her spare time. 

Words that describe an idea

  • Abstract: not representing or imitating external reality or the objects of nature
    • Her abstract designs always made the best patterns. 
  • Illicit: contrary to or forbidden by law
    • Sneaking into the club was an illicit idea for the young teen girl.
  • Eminent: standing above others in quality or position
    • The café welcomed eminent, environmentally friendly ideas.

Words that describe a place/event

  • Gourmet: (of food) fine
    • The gourmet restaurant had the most delicious and decadent deserts
  • Bittersweet: having a taste that is a mixture of bitterness and sweetness
    • Graduation was a bittersweet event of goodbyes and new beginnings
  • Dulcet: pleasing to the ear
    • It was a dulcet concert of harp players and other string music.

Longest words that end with T

Longest words ending in T

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