Alliteration by Letter - T

Based on the clues, guess these alliterative answers that start with the letter T.
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Last updated: December 30, 2017
First submittedSeptember 20, 2013
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Ping pong
Table Tennis
Toddler's fit of rage
Temper Tantrum
Hour for beverages and
snacks in England
Tea Time
Sound of a clock
Tick Tock
Teeter Totter
Visiting the future?
Time Travel
Something that will tie you
in knots trying to say
Tongue Twister
Place that ensnares travelers?
Tourist Trap
Also called a policy institute
Think Tank
Piece of laboratory glassware
Test Tube
Multiplication student's reference
Times Table
Plastic surgery to tighten the abdomen
Tummy Tuck
"What's Love Got to Do With It" singer
Tina Turner
Small sick kid from "A Christmas Carol"
Tiny Tim
Financial paper that was turned to
confetti and thrown on parades
Ticker Tape
Unsportsmanlike utterance.
Or, sanitation workers' discussion
Trash Talk
Whopper; yarn; canard; exaggeration
Tall Tale
Nickname for Hollywood
Level 72
Feb 5, 2014
All I could think of was Terrible Twos for temper tantrum
Level 56
Apr 15, 2014
Me too! Got it in the end, though.
Level 52
Jun 16, 2014
Same here.
Level 83
Jul 1, 2015
Don't need to be a toddler to throw a temper tantrum :D
Level 77
Oct 12, 2017
The terrible twos are easily avoided.
Level 76
Jan 6, 2018
Yep, just leave 'em in the forest with a pile of food, come back in a year ;P
Level 32
Jun 16, 2014
I was trying titty tantrum.
Level 14
Jun 18, 2014
can we please accept "tantrum", not just "temper tantrum"? Also, could we please accept "tick", not "tick tock"? Thanks
Level 27
Oct 12, 2017
dude its all about alliteration without the second word its no longer alliteration and just "t words"
Level 57
Jun 19, 2014
How is "tantrum" an example of alliteration? Or "tick"?
Level 74
Jul 2, 2014
Tan Trum
Level 26
Jun 5, 2015
"Tea Time" Isn't a time for snacking, it's the equivalent of "Dinner Time" in the US
Level 65
Feb 11, 2019
Depends where in the England you’re from- a northern tea time is the evening meal, whereas a southern tea time is scones etc in the mid afternoon
Level 63
May 7, 2019
It's not an hour though. I don't where they got that from. Teatime is the time that tea (the meal, not the drink) is served, whenever that may be. When I was growing up, tea meant dinner and dinner meant lunch.
Level 9
May 5, 2016
Instead of typing "Visiting the future?", change it to "Visiting the past/future?".
Level 68
Jan 7, 2018
Never heard a Seesaw called a 'Teeter Totter'. Must be an American thing.
Level 78
Feb 11, 2019
I'm American and we always called it a teeter totter, so apparently you are correct.
Level 27
Feb 19, 2018
You should accept terrible twos for temper tantrum.
Level 38
Apr 17, 2018
wtf is Tinsletown (btw wtf means what the frog)
Level 78
Feb 11, 2019
Hollywood is shiny, glittery, and fake, just like Christmas tinsel.
Level 63
Jul 26, 2018
So Tummy Trim is not an expression people use? :D
Level 49
Feb 6, 2019
time table for times table?
Level 63
May 7, 2019
A time table is a different thing.
Level 63
Feb 11, 2019
I kept trying Toilet Talk, that's a thing isn't it?
Level 81
Feb 12, 2019
it is and it does work for sanitation worker, but would only be unsportsmanlike if you view profanity in any form as unsporting. the actual answer is literally about talking badly about the opposition so fits better.
Level 70
Feb 11, 2019
Can you also accept trigonometry tables for times tables?
Level 70
Feb 15, 2019
If you're from anywhere in the UK but the South, you know "Tea Time" as when you have your 3rd meal of the day.
Level 37
Jul 8, 2019
In much of Scotland it is breakfast, lunch and dinner too
Level 63
May 7, 2019
"Think tank" isn't really alliterative. The consonant sounds are different.
Level 44
Mar 11, 2020
Had no clue about Tinseltown
Level 20
Apr 12, 2020
What on Earth is a "teeter totter"? Never heard it in my life - it must be American.