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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.
thumb the short, thick first finger on humans and other primates. The thumb makes it easy for the hand to pick up things and grasp them. [3 definitions]
thumb one's nose to treat with contempt or defiance (usually followed by "at").
thumbs-down a sign or gesture that shows disapproval, dissatisfaction, or disagreement.
thumbs-up an expression or gesture that shows that one approves, agrees, or is happy or satisfied with something.