from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The third part of anything; specifically, the third part of the grain growing on a tenant's land at his death, in some places due to the lord as a heriot. Bailey, 1731. Also in plural.
- noun A custom practised at the English universities, where two thirds of the original price is allowed by the upholsterers to students for household goods returned to them within the year.
- noun Same as
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- verb Present participle of
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- And I know I'm at least "thirding" an Ann Arbor visit!
What if I did a summer trip, going to U.S. cities where I could do meet-ups with readers... Ann Althouse 2009
KateO, you're "thirding" a comment where the person discusses issues by calling people a "shit" and you've got the gall to claim to be echoing what Obama was "saying all along?"
Nothing new to add but seconding/thirding the Lansinoh recommendations – copious amounts.
I'm thirding (is that a word?) your welcoming smile, but from the bloggy perspective.
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Nothing new to add but seconding/thirding the Lansinoh recommendations - copious amounts.
Seconding, or maybe thirding, on the wheelchair as furniture idea.
Elizabeth' Racing Wheelchair, she gets to see Mr. Bad's ass and is ALMOST ready to race. Elizabeth McClung 2008
I'm thirding the suggestion that you check out TIAA-CREF.
Seconding (or thirding) Mick O'Shea's - the daily specials in particular.
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I'm thirding the recommendation for Harlequin/Mills & Boon Medical romances.
So thirding the recommendation for Dharma Trading. heh - and may I suggest Dharma Trading?
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