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Subjugate
to bring under control, subdue
Sublime
lofty, grand, exalted
Submissive
easily yielding to authority
Succinct
marked by compact precision
Superfluous
exceeding what is necessary
Surfeit
an overabundant supply or indulgence
Surmise
to infer with little evidence
Surreptitious
stealthy
Surrogate
one acting in place of another
Swarthy
of dark color or complexion
Sycophant
one who flatters for self-gain (not: toady)
Tacit
expressed without words
Taciturn
not inclined to talk
Tangential
incidental, peripheral, divergent
Tantamount
equivalent in value or significance
Tedious
dull, boring
Temerity
audacity, recklessness
Temperance
moderation in action or thought
Tenable
able to be defended or maintained
Tenuous
having little substance or strength
Terrestrial
relating to the land
Timorous
timid, fearful
Tirade
a long and angry speech
Toady
one who flatters in the hope of gaining favors (not: sycophant)
Tome
a large book
Torpid
lethargic, dormant, lacking motion
Torrid
giving off intense heat, passionate
Tortuous
winding
Tractable
easily controlled
Tranquil
calm
Transgress
to violate, go over a limit
Transient
passing through briefly; passing into and out of existence
Transmute
to completely change or alter in form
Travesty
a grossly inferior imitation
Tremulous
fearful
Trenchant
effective, articulate, clear-cut
Trepidation
fear, apprehension
Trite
not original, overused
Truculent
ready to fight, cruel
Truncate
to shorten by cutting off
Turgid
swollen, excessively embellished in style or language
Turpitude
depravity, moral corruption
Ubiquitous
existing everywhere, widespread
Umbrage
resentment, offense
Uncanny
of supernatural character or origin
Unctuous
smooth or greasy in texture, appearance, manner
Undulate
to move in waves
Upbraid
to criticize or scold severely
Usurp
to seize by force, take possession of without right
Utilitarian
relating to or aiming at usefulness