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thatching roofing material made of thatch.
that'd (informal) contracted form of "that would."
that'll (informal) contracted form of "that will."
that's (informal) contracted form of "that is," or contracted form of "that has."
thaumaturgy the working of miracles or wonders; magic.
thaw to become unfrozen or melt. [8 definitions]
the1 used before nouns or noun phrases in order to specify something already understood. [11 definitions]
the2 used in comparisons to show that two things happen simultaneously. [3 definitions]
The Arabian Nights an ancient collection of bawdy, supernatural, and adventurous folk tales from Persia, India, and Arabia.
theater a building or outdoor structure where plays, movies, concerts, and other performing arts are presented. [5 definitions]
theater-in-the-round see "arena theater."
theater of the absurd a form of avant-garde theatrical production that stresses the individual's isolation in a meaningless or bizarre world.
theatrical of or relating to dramatic performance or the theater. [3 definitions]
theatrics (used with a sing. verb) the method and art of staging theatrical productions. [2 definitions]
thebe the smaller monetary unit of Botswana. (Cf. pula.)
The Beatles an English rock group from 1962 to 1970 that achieved an unprecedented level of popularity and has sold over one billion records.
the bends (used with a sing. or pl. verb) a serious, sometimes fatal condition of divers who ascend too rapidly, resulting from the formation of nitrogen bubbles in the bloodstream; decompression sickness.
the blue the sky. [3 definitions]
theca in biology, a case, covering, or sac that encloses an organ, part, or entire organism, such as the horny covering of an insect pupa or the spore case of a moss capsule.
The Canterbury Tales an unfinished series of stories written by Geoffrey Chaucer in the fourteenth century.
the chase hunting, esp. as a sport or profession. [2 definitions]