Definition of "thruout" [thru•out]

  • (preposition) Nonstandard spelling of throughout.
  • (adverb) Nonstandard spelling of throughout.

Use "thruout" in a sentence

  • "| Reply | Permalink i've honestly never read an entire pool report before; i had no idea they were so cram full of irrelevant facts. dear diary ... it's kind of odd to read linda douglas 'name thruout; good on her for going with her passion and walking away from her journalism career. the extra benefit of her on staff, too, is coming out of that media culture, she knows what she's up against and has no illusions how this campaign will be played. the obama camp's media game seems lightyears ahead of previous candidates' efforts. this is an excellent response; cause from all the cable chatter last nite, you can be sure they are just waiting to pounce on the slightest miscue obama may make:"
  • "We all howled with disgust multiple times thruout the movie … so as far as being horrified by a horror film goes … mission: accomplished."
  • "Their still recovering war dead all thruout the pacific and seeing that its properly buried, graves recovery teams are on most of the islands reclaiming and reinterring war dead, of all nations, the japanese reclaim the japanese and they return the americans and allies to their nation of origin when ever possible."

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