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|Ty-all||(n.) Something serving to tie or secure. ...|
|Tyburn ticket||A certificate given to one who prosecutes a felon ...|
|Tychonic||(a.) Of or pertaining to Tycho Brahe, or his ...|
|Tycoon||(n.) The title by which the shogun, or former ...|
|Tydy||(n.) Same as Tidy. ...|
|Tye||(n.) A knot; a tie. ...|
|Tye||(n.) A chain or rope, one end of which ...|
|Tye||(n.) A trough for washing ores. ...|
|Tye||(v. t.) See Tie, the proper orthography. ...|
|Tyer||(n.) One who ties, or unites. ...|
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