TENNESSEE QUICKSTEP diarrhoea ...US Civil War usage
TENNY RUNNERS tennis shoes, running shoes, or other such rubber-soled footwear ...1969 Amer. sl.
THAT ISN'T HAY that is a large sum; that is not insignificant ...1943 Amer. sl.
THATCH pubic hair ...1933 Amer. sl.
THAT'S CLOSE! What you just said is completely wrong! ...1950s Amer. sl.
THICK AS FIDDLERS IN HELL very plentiful ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
THICK HEAD a headache; often applied to a headache caused by alcohol ...1991 sl.
THIN AS VANITY very thin; said of persons, fabrics, etc. ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
THIRD EAR intuition
THREE SHAKES OF A DEAD SHEEP'S TAIL a very short time ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
THREES AND EIGHTS best wishes, good luck; used as a sign-off ...CB sl.
THROUGH-OTHER confused ...1590, chiefly Scot.
THROW AWAY THE BABY WITH THE BATHWATER to reject what is essential or valuable along with the inessential or useless OED 2007
THROW THE HOOKS to persuade victims with deception or flattery
...1887 Amer. criminals' sl.
THROW UP ONE'S HEEL TAPS to vomit ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
THROW UP YOUR SHOE-TAPS to be extremely nauseated ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TIB formerly, a typical name for a woman of the lower classes; also, a girl or lass; a sweetheart; a mistress, a young woman of low or loose character; a strumpet
TIB a goose ...1622 obs. sl.
TIB OF THE BUTTERY a goose ...1622 obs. sl.
TIBBY-CAT a female cat ...1828 Eng. dial.
TICKLE-HEADED light-minded, easily influenced ...1583 obs.
TICKLE-HEELED having nimble or active heels ...1737 obs.
TICKLE-PITCHER a sot, a toss-pot, a pot-companion ...a1700 sl.
TICKLESOME difficult, critical, delicate, precarious ...1585 now Eng. dial.
TICKLE-TAIL a loose or wanton woman ...c1430 now Eng. dial.
TICKLE-TAIL a schoolmaster; a rod ...1785 sl.
TICKLY-BENDERS thin ice which bends under one's weight ...1853
TICO a person from Costa Rica ...1905 sl., chiefly US
TID a fit or favourable time of season; an opportunity, occasion ...1721 Scot.
TID a humour, mood, or fancy to do something ...a1774 Scot.
TID a girl or woman ...1888
TIGHT REIN, THE good advice ...1980s Aust. sl.
TIN SOLDIER a prostitute's client, usually middle-class or upper-class, who doesn't want sex but only to act as a servant or 'slave' to the prostitute ...1970s sl.