Definition of "thraw" [thraw]

  • See throse. (noun-and-verb)

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Use "thraw" in a sentence
  • "That corpses MIGHT begin to "thraw," if carelessly watched, was a prevalent superstition."
  • "One Scotchman was claiming that the peasantry of Scotland pronounced it three, his adversaries claimed that they didn't -- that they pronounced it 'thraw'."
  • "And, then to compound things, we have this vote where most of the Democrats running for president ended up looking like they were in thraw to their netroot fanatics."
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