Third-person singular simple present indicative form of thaw.(verb)
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Use "thaws" in a sentence
"The goofy bits make it all the more satisfying when Daikichi steps up as a guardian and Rin thaws a bit in response to his efforts."
"The night being calm, the water gets cool below 32 degrees, but then a breeze springing up the water becomes agitated, precipitation takes place, and the plants serving as nuclei become immediately clothed with this spongy ice, and the sun shining next morning imparts so much warmth to the plants that the ice thaws which is in contact with them, and rises to the surface."
"To give his 89-year-old mother peace of mind, Darryl Dahlheimer had her freeze her credit report, preventing lenders from opening new accounts unless she "thaws" it with a PIN number."