Trait to Travail

Trait, n.

    1. Stroke, touch, mark, line.
    2. Feature, lineament, characteristic, peculiarity, mark.

Traitor, n.

    1. Betrayer (especially of one’s country), deceiver, renegade, apostate, perfidious person.
    2. Rebel, insurgent, revolter, deserter, mutineer.

Traitorous, a.

    1. Treacherous, perfidious, faithless, false, recreant.
    2. Treasonable, treacherous, seditious, perfidious, insidious.

Trammel, n.

    1. Net.
    2. Impediment, fetter, shackle, clog, bond, chain, restraint, hindrance.
    3. Pot-hook.

Trammel, v. a. Shackle, hamper, clog, fetter, confine, restrain, hinder, cramp, cumber, tie, curb, restrict.

Tramontane, a.

    1. Foreign, barbarous, outlandish, alien, strange, heathenish.
    2. Ultramontane, beyond the mountains or the Alps.

Tramp, v. n. (Colloq.) Travel (on foot), trudge, march (heavily), jog on, plod.

Tramp, n.

    1. Journey (on foot), walk, march.
    2. Heavy walk, heavy tread.
    3. Stroller, tramper, vagabond, vagrant, loafer, landloper.

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