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Thunders

ˈθʌn.dər

Meanings of Thunders:

verb

Thunder sounds.

Usage examples:

It began to thunder
noun

A loud rumbling or crashing noise heard after a lightning flash due to the expansion of rapidly heated air.

Usage examples:

There was a crash of thunder

Meanings of Thundershower:

noun

A shower of rain accompanied by thunder and lightning.

Usage examples:

India meteorological department officials have predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall with thunders…

Thunderstorm

ˈθʌn.də.stɔːm

Meanings of Thunderstorm:

noun

A storm with thunder and lightning and typically also heavy rain or hail.

Usage examples:

Tornadic thunderstorms can also produce waterspouts and downbursts.

Thunderstorms

ˈθʌn.də.stɔːm

Meanings of Thunderstorms:

noun

A storm with thunder and lightning and typically also heavy rain or hail.

Usage examples:

Tornadic thunderstorms can also produce waterspouts and downbursts.

Thunderstruck

ˈθʌn.də.strʌk

Meanings of Thunderstruck:

adjective

Extremely surprised or shocked.

Usage examples:

They were thunderstruck by this revelation

Meanings of Thundery:

adjective

Used to describe weather or a storm, etc. in which there is thunder

Meanings of Thurible:

noun

A censer.

Usage examples:

From the abrazier (coal pot), pieces of coals were taken and placed in the thurible (a metal censer…

Thuribles

ˈθjʊərɪb(ə)l

Meanings of Thuribles:

noun

A censer.

Usage examples:

From the abrazier (coal pot), pieces of coals were taken and placed in the thurible (a metal censer…

Meanings of Thurifer:

noun

An acolyte carrying a censer in a religious ceremony.

Usage examples:

If our contemporary thurifer had been a 1950s’ basketball player, my old irish pastor would have be…

Meanings of Thurifers:

noun

An acolyte carrying a censer in a religious ceremony.

Usage examples:

If our contemporary thurifer had been a 1950s’ basketball player, my old irish pastor would have be…

Meanings of Thuringian:

proper noun

A densely forested state of central germany; capital, erfurt. german name thüringen /ˈtyːrɪŋən/.

Thursday

ˈθɜːz.deɪ

Meanings of Thursday:

noun

The day of the week before friday and following wednesday.

Usage examples:

The committee met on thursday
adverb

On thursday.

Usage examples:

He called her up thursday

Thursdays

ˈθɜːz.deɪ

Meanings of Thursdays:

noun

The day of the week before friday and following wednesday.

Usage examples:

The committee met on thursday
adverb

On thursday.

Usage examples:

He called her up thursday

Thus

ðʌs

Meanings of Thus:

adverb

As a result or consequence of this; therefore.

Usage examples:

Burke knocked out byrne, thus becoming champion

Meanings of Thus far:

phrase

Used in negative statement to describe a situation that has existed up to this point or up to the present time

idiom

Until now

Usage examples:

We haven’t had any problems thus far.

Meanings of Thusly:

adverb

Another term for thus (sense 2).

Usage examples:

The review was conducted thusly

Meanings of Thuya:

noun

An evergreen coniferous tree of a genus that includes the western red cedar.

Usage examples:

The arboretum contains four hundred species of tree and shrub including walnut, beech, cedar, giant…

Thuyas

ˈθ(j)uːjə

Meanings of Thuyas:

noun

An evergreen coniferous tree of a genus that includes the western red cedar.

Usage examples:

The arboretum contains four hundred species of tree and shrub including walnut, beech, cedar, giant…

Thwack

θwæk

Meanings of Thwack:

verb

Strike forcefully with a sharp blow.

Usage examples:

She thwacked the back of their knees with a cane
noun

A sharp blow.

Usage examples:

He hit it with a hefty thwack

Meanings of Thwacked:

verb

Strike forcefully with a sharp blow.

Usage examples:

She thwacked the back of their knees with a cane
noun

A sharp blow.

Usage examples:

He hit it with a hefty thwack

Thwacking

θwæk

Meanings of Thwacking:

verb

Strike forcefully with a sharp blow.

Usage examples:

She thwacked the back of their knees with a cane
noun

A sharp blow.

Usage examples:

He hit it with a hefty thwack

Thwacks

θwæk

Meanings of Thwacks:

verb

Strike forcefully with a sharp blow.

Usage examples:

She thwacked the back of their knees with a cane
noun

A sharp blow.

Usage examples:

He hit it with a hefty thwack

Meanings of Thwaite:

noun

A piece of wild land cleared or reclaimed for cultivation.

Usage examples:

Bassenthwaite

Thwart

θwɔːt

Meanings of Thwart:

verb

Prevent (someone) from accomplishing something.

Usage examples:

He never did anything to thwart his father
noun

A structural crosspiece forming a seat for a rower in a boat.

Usage examples:

Her hull is painted white with blue trim on the thwarts.
preposition

From one side to another side of (an area); across.

Usage examples:

A pink-tinged cloud spread thwart the shore
adverb

From one side to another side of an area.

Thwarted

θwɔːt

Meanings of Thwarted:

verb

Prevent (someone) from accomplishing something.

Usage examples:

He never did anything to thwart his father
noun

A structural crosspiece forming a seat for a rower in a boat.

Usage examples:

Her hull is painted white with blue trim on the thwarts.
preposition

From one side to another side of (an area); across.

Usage examples:

A pink-tinged cloud spread thwart the shore
adverb

From one side to another side of an area.

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