Worder - English dictionary
Worder Dictionary

All English words - page 5637

Meanings of Thalers:

noun

A german silver coin.

Usage examples:

This was a deal whereby the junkers agreed to grant frederick william 530,000 thalers in return for…

Meanings of Thalia:

proper noun

The muse of comedy.

Meanings of Thalidomide:

noun

A sedative drug that was found to cause congenital malformation, especially of the limbs, in children whose mothers took it during early pregnancy to treat morning sickness. it was withdrawn from use in the early 1960s but may now be prescribed, under extremely strict guidelines, to treat certain diseases.

Usage examples:

Kevin is one of the many people born with shortened limbs after his mother took thalidomide to trea…

Meanings of Thalli:

noun

A plant body that is not differentiated into stem and leaves and lacks true roots and a vascular system. thalli are typical of algae, fungi, lichens, and some liverworts.

Usage examples:

Oomycetes resemble fungi in the form of their thalli, ecology, and the plant parasitic ability of s…

Meanings of Thallium:

noun

The chemical element of atomic number 81, a soft silvery-white metal that occurs naturally in small amounts in pyrite and other ores. its compounds are very poisonous.

Usage examples:

However, water-soluble rubidium, cesium, thallium, and silver minerals are virtually nonexistent an…

Thallophyte

ˈθalə(ʊ)fʌɪt

Meanings of Thallophyte:

noun

A plant that consists of a thallus.

Usage examples:

From the mid 17th century, the meaning changed to that now current, by which yeast refers to a sing…

Thallophytes

ˈθalə(ʊ)fʌɪt

Meanings of Thallophytes:

noun

A plant that consists of a thallus.

Usage examples:

From the mid 17th century, the meaning changed to that now current, by which yeast refers to a sing…

Thallus

ˈθaləs

Meanings of Thallus:

noun

A plant body that is not differentiated into stem and leaves and lacks true roots and a vascular system. thalli are typical of algae, fungi, lichens, and some liverworts.

Usage examples:

Oomycetes resemble fungi in the form of their thalli, ecology, and the plant parasitic ability of s…

Meanings of Thalweg:

noun

A line connecting the lowest points of successive cross-sections along the course of a valley or river.

Usage examples:

A river adjusts to variations in seasonal changes in volumetric flow by means of its thalweg (the t…

Thames

temz

Meanings of Thames:

proper noun

A river of southern england, flowing 338 km (210 miles) eastwards from the cotswolds in gloucestershire through london to the north sea.

noun

A river in the south of england that flows through london, oxford, and some other towns

Usage examples:

The ship sailed down the thames and set off across the ocean., he went rowing one day on the river …

Thamin

θəˈmɪn

Meanings of Thamin:

noun

A reddish-brown deer which lives in low-lying marshy areas of se asia.

Usage examples:

When alarmed thamin can turn on an impressive burst of speed, easily outdistancing hounds in the sh…

Meanings of Thammuz:

noun

(in the jewish calendar) the tenth month of the civil and fourth of the religious year, usually coinciding with parts of june and july.

Usage examples:

The date for this event is 17th of the hebrew month of tammuz.

Meanings of Than:

conjunction

Used to introduce the second element in a comparison.

Usage examples:

They go out less than they did when they first moved to paris
preposition

Introducing the second element in a comparison.

Usage examples:

He was much smaller than his son

Meanings of Thana:

noun

A police station.

Usage examples:

He covers three police thanas, filing a crime story a day from here, and some times goes to the sit…

Thanage

ˈθeɪnɪdʒ

Meanings of Thanage:

noun

The tenure, land, and rank granted to a thane.

Usage examples:

The lands of arbuthnott from which the family takes its name originally formed part of a celtic tha…

Thanatology

ˌθanəˈtɒlədʒi

Meanings of Thanatology:

noun

The scientific study of death and the practices associated with it, including the study of the needs of the terminally ill and their families.

Usage examples:

It's good to come to terms with thanatology as a psychospiritual initiation.

Meanings of Thanatos:

noun

(in freudian theory) the death instinct.

Usage examples:

Here was norman o. brown's vision of eros and thanatos translated into brilliant novelistic terms.

Thane

θeɪn

Meanings of Thane:

noun

(in anglo-saxon england) a man who held land granted by the king or by a military nobleman, ranking between an ordinary freeman and a hereditary noble.

Usage examples:

It was widely believed by the common people that before 1066 the anglo-saxon inhabitants of this co…

Thanes

θeɪn

Meanings of Thanes:

noun

(in anglo-saxon england) a man who held land granted by the king or by a military nobleman, ranking between an ordinary freeman and a hereditary noble.

Usage examples:

It was widely believed by the common people that before 1066 the anglo-saxon inhabitants of this co…

Thank

θæŋk

Meanings of Thank:

verb

Express gratitude to (someone), especially by saying ‘thank you’.

Usage examples:

Mac thanked her for the meal and left

Express gratitude or show appreciation to

Thank you

ˈθæŋk ˌjuː

Meanings of Thank you:

exclamation

Used to express appreciation to someone for offering or giving you something, for helping you, or for asking how you are feeling

Usage examples:

Thank you for calling., thanks for cleaning up., "how are you?" "fine, thank you.", you deserve a b…
noun

An instance or means of expressing thanks.

Usage examples:

Lucy planned a party as a thank you to hospital staff

Meanings of Thank-god:

idiom

I am happy that something bad has been avoided or has finished

Usage examples:

Spring is coming at last, thank goodness.

Meanings of Thank-goodness:

idiom

I am happy that something bad has been avoided or has finished

Usage examples:

Spring is coming at last, thank goodness.

Thanked

θæŋk

Meanings of Thanked:

verb

Express gratitude to (someone), especially by saying ‘thank you’.

Usage examples:

Mac thanked her for the meal and left

Thankful

ˈθæŋk.fəl

Meanings of Thankful:

adjective

Pleased and relieved.

Usage examples:

They were thankful that the war was finally over

My Worder

Please register or authorize in order to use all the features of our service.

Random words from our English dictionary

Learn English words everywhere!

All our English words and phrases are available for learning for free in our mobile application.