Tension

Noun: mental or emotional strain; the state of being stretched tight

Term

Noun: a fixed period of time; Verb: give a descriptive name to

Terminate

Verb: bring to an end

Terrain

Noun: a stretch of land and its features

Theme

Noun: the subject of something; Verb: give a particular setting to an activity

Tolerate

Verb: allow the practice of something without interference

Tout

Verb: attempt to sell something

Tower

Verb: rise to great height; Noun: a tall, narrow building

Trace

Verb: find or discover by investigation; copy by drawing over

Tragic

Adjective: causing or characterized by great distress or sorrow

Trait

Noun: a distinguishing quality, typically one belonging to a person

Trance

Noun: a half-conscious state characterized by an absence of response

Transform

Verb: make a thorough or dramatic change to something

Transport

Verb: take or carry something from one place to another by vehicle

Treacherous

Adjective: guilty of or involving betrayal or deception

Triumph

Noun: a great victory or achievement; Verb: to be successful

Unanimous

Adjective: (of two or more people) fully in agreement

Uneasy

Adjective: causing or feeling anxiety

Unify

Verb: make or become united, uniform, or whole

Unique

Adjective: being the only one of its kind; unlike anything else

Unite

Verb: come or bring together for a common purpose or action

Untie

Verb: undo or unfasten

University

Noun: an educational institution of higher learning beyond high school

Unrest

Noun: a state of dissatisfaction or agitation in a group of people

Unruly

Adjective: disorderly and disruptive and not controllable

Urban

Adjective: relating to the characteristic of a city or town

Urge

Verb: try earnestly to persuade someone to do something; Noun: strong desire

Utopia

Noun: an imagined state of things where everything is perfect

Vacate

Vacate

Various

Adjective: of different kinds or sorts

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