Third-person singular simple present indicative form of thrum. (verb)
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Use "thrums" in a sentence
"Ventriloquist, the heart throws its voice to the wind, thrums from the burr oaks and lichen covered stones."
"The thrums were a perquisite of my own, which I niffered with the gundy-wife for Gibraltar-rock, cut-throat, gib, or bull's-eyes."
"And they have that trademarked Ron Goulart writing style--who else would continually refer to Vampi as "high-breasted," or note that her the strrips of her costume made of satin in the books "thrums" tautly against her body?"