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thresh to separate the grain or seeds from.
threshold the piece of wood or stone underneath a door that forms the bottom of the doorway. [2 definitions]
threw the past tense of throw.
thrift wise use and saving of money or other resources.
thrill to cause to feel a sudden, sharp excitement. [3 definitions]
thrive to do well or be successful. [2 definitions]
throat the narrow passage inside the neck. Food and air pass through the throat to the stomach and lungs. [2 definitions]
throb to beat or pulse quickly and strongly. [2 definitions]
throne the seat used by a ruler or other important person for ceremonies or other special events. [2 definitions]
throng a large crowd of people. [2 definitions]
through in one side or end and out the other. [13 definitions]
throughout in, to, or during every part of. [3 definitions]
throw to send through the air with force by using the arm and wrist; hurl. [8 definitions]
throw in the sponge to give up; to admit defeat.
thrown past participle of throw.
throw up to bring up food and liquid from your stomach through your mouth; vomit.
thrush1 a common songbird that can be found in many parts of the world. Many thrushes have a dark upper body and a spotted breast. The robin and bluebird are kinds of thrushes.
thrust to push or drive with force. [4 definitions]
thruway a long highway that crosses one or more states. Cars and trucks can travel quickly on a thruway because there are few entrances and exits. Some states charge drivers for using a thruway.
thud a dull, muffled sound of one thing hitting another. [3 definitions]
thug a criminal who is rough or uses violence.