1. halcyon
    adj. peaceful, happy, or prosperous
  2. subjugate
    1. to bring under control and govern; conquer 2. to subdue
  3. sublime
    1. to elevate or exalt, esp. in dignity or honor 2. to render finer (as in purity or excellence)
  4. surfeit
    1. an overabundant supply; excess 2. disgust caused by excess
  5. surreptitious
    1. done, made, or acquired by stealth; clandestine 2. acting or doing something clandestinely; stealthy
  6. surrogate
    1. one put in the place of another; substitute (also v.)
  7. swarthy
    1. of a dark color, complexion, or cast
  8. sycophant
    a servile self-seeking flatterer
  9. tacit
    expressed without words
  10. taciturn
    temperamentally disinclined to talk
  11. tangential
    divergent, digressive; incidental, peripheral 2. of little relevance
  12. tantamount
    equivalent in value, significance, or effect
  13. temerity
    unreasonable or foolhardy contempt of danger or opposition; rashness, recklessness
  14. temperance
    1. moderation in action, thought or feeling; restraint 2. habitual moderation in the indulgence of appetites or passions esp. alcohol
  15. tenable
    capable of being held, maintained, or defended; defensible, reasonable
  16. tenuous
    1. not dense or thick; slender 2. having little substance or strength; flimsy, weak or shaky
  17. timorous
    of timid disposition; fearful
  18. tirade
    a protracted speech with intemperate or harshly censorious language
  19. toady
    (n.) one who flatters in the hope of gaining favors (v.) to act as a toady
  20. tome
    1. a volume forming part of a larger work 2. a large or scholarly book
  21. torpid
    1. having lost motion or the power of exertion or feeling; dormant, numb 2. lacking in energy or vigor; apathetic, dull
  22. torrid
    1. parched w/ heat, esp. of the sun; hot or b. giving off intense heat; scorching 2. ardent, passionate
  23. tractable
    1. capable of being easily led, taught, or controlled; docile 2. easily handled, malleable
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