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  • thrace The same summer Hagnon, son of Nicias, and Cleopompus, son of Clinias, the colleagues of Pericles, took the armament of which he had lately made use, and went off upon an expedition against the Chalcidians in the direction of Thrace and Potidaea, which was still under siege.
  • thrall Cursed with the anguish of a power To view the fates I may not thrall; The hovering tempest still must lower, The horror must befall.
  • thrash There is an old rhyme, "A spaniel, a woman, and a walnut-tree, the more ye thrash 'em, the better they be;" which rhyme is not true.
  • thread All the same, you must not lose the thread.
  • thready Mucous: Having the nature of mucus, a glutinous, sticky, thready, transparent fluid, of a salt savor, produced by different membranes of the body, and serving to protect the membranes and other internal parts against the action of the air, food, etc.
  • threat We wish now to know the extent of that threat.
  • thrift The sheet anchor both of Erasmus Darwin and Lamarck is in good sense and thrift; still they are aware that money has been sometimes made by "striking oil," and ere now been transmitted to descendants in spite of the haphazard way in which it was originally acquired.
  • throat That word was all Sandy could master for a sharp pain in his throat drove all else he meant to say back.
  • throaty He ought to be heated, full of passionate demands for an explanation-a flushed, throaty thing to be coaxed back into a good temper and then forgiven-all this at great length-for having been in a bad one.
  • thrust Nasmyth thrust his pipe into his pocket, and Wheeler, who watched him, nodded.
  • thwart Headstrong and reckless by nature, unaccustomed to thwart a desire or deny himself a gratification, Mr. Dunborough began to contemplate paying even the last price for her; and one day, about three weeks after the duel, dropped a word which frightened Mr. Thomasson.
  • trait It is only the elder son who has inherited this trait; at such times one might fancy his mother herself was there before one, though he is little enough like her in a general way.
  • That I can see that.
  • Thereat In the midst of all her fury Audrey was relieved that it did break, for the reason that it was getting very loud, and the wheel, with Captain Wyatt thereat, was not far off.
  • accepts apology
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