GLOSSARY 349 *; A word having the same meaning as another; a substitute. Synoptical: Affording a general view of a subject; of the nature of a synopsis. Sprtotts: The putting of two or more things together; con- struction; composition* Ttboo; To shut out; exdude; discountenance. Tacit: Silent; not uttered in words; implied, but not expressed. Taciturn: Silent; mute; uncommunicative. Tactual: Relating to the sense of touch. Tatfow»ch*&dler: One that makes or sells tallow-candles. Twagible: Red; definite; dear; evident; apprehensible by the mind. Technique; The mechanical and practical details of an art. Telepathic: Relating to "telepathy" or "thought-transfer- ence." Temporal; Relating to time. Tendinous: Relating to a tendon* Tension; The state of being stretched or strained; a making tense. Tenuity: Thinness; rareness; rarity. Thftumaturgle: Magical. Therapeutic: Relating to therapeutics or the art of healing; curative; alleviative. Thtmpy: Therapeutics; the art of curing; that part of medi- cine that deals with the discovery and application of remedies, Thennal: Relating to heat or warmth; relating to the perception of warmth and cold. Thetis: A theory; theme; proposition. Thorax; The cavity of the chest Thyroid cartilage: The cartilage seen as the Adam's apple.