from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past of thread.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Third.
- n. Thread; continuous line.
- transitive v. To pass through in the manner of a thread or a needle; to make or find a course through; to thread.
- transitive v. To make or effect (a way or course) through something.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as thread.
- A Middle English or dialectal form of third.
- n. Same as thread.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Watch national geographic or the history channel-thrid world countries have tons of deadly infections and parasites.
The word was barely uttered before a thrid nurse rooled a small portable michine toward the room, nearly colliding with Michael.
I will often use Federal 1 1/2 oz BBB for my thrid shot.
The thrid night they both caught flights back to their separate cities.
I just hope we are not the the thrid in the trinity of losing our guns or our childrens future of the outdoors.
Now, that said, if MS were able to provide Bing as a purely thrid-party ad driven search engine such as Goog does, I may consider it.
I have to do a lesson for thrid graders that is about 30 minutes long.
Jacquian Williams has the Giants third sack on thrid down, forcing Dallas to punt yet again.
Andrew Bynum, Pau Gasol and the Lakers punched their ticket to their thrid straight Western Conference finals.
You could say: talk amongst yourselves and use the thrid conditional (which is more or less what designers of grammar-driven courses suggest, when you take away the trimmings).