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thrall slavery or bondage. [2 definitions]
thralldom the state of being in thrall or bondage; slavery or servitude.
thrash to give a beating to; whip or flog. [5 definitions]
thrasher any of several long-tailed songbirds of the Western Hemisphere that are related to mockingbirds and resemble thrushes. [2 definitions]
thrashing a severe beating.
thrash out to discuss vigorously until agreement is reached.
thread a fine strand of spun fiber such as cotton or flax, usu. composed of two or more filaments twisted together and used in sewing, weaving, and the like. [12 definitions]
threadbare of fabric, so worn that the individual threads can be seen. [3 definitions]
threadless combined form of thread.
thready made of or like a thread or threads; stringy; fibrous. [3 definitions]
threat a declaration of intent to cause harm or difficulty, or to inflict punishment. [3 definitions]
threaten to declare intent to harm or punish. [5 definitions]
threatened species a plant or animal species that may soon become an endangered species.
three the number represented by the Arabic numeral 3 and by the Roman numeral III. [3 definitions]
three-base hit a hit in baseball that allows the batter to reach third base safely; triple.
three-card monte a gambling game in which three cards are dealt face down and shuffled about, and spectators then bet on the location of a particular card.
three-decker something with three levels or layers, esp. a sandwich with three slices of bread; triple-decker. [2 definitions]
three-dimensional having or appearing in three dimensions; having depth as well as height and width. [2 definitions]
threefold having three parts or elements. [3 definitions]
three-four time see three-quarter time.
three-mile limit the outer limit, under international law, of a country's jurisdiction extending from its coast.