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The Iliad an ancient Greek epic poem attributed to Homer that narrates the ten-year siege of Troy by the Greeks.
theine caffeine.
their a possessive form of they; of or belonging to those ones already mentioned. [2 definitions]
theirs that or those belonging to or connected with the people or things already mentioned.
theism belief in the existence of one God that created the world and is known through revelation. (Cf. deism.) [2 definitions]
the last straw the final, decisive defeat, failure, indignity, burden, or the like that causes collapse, exhaustion, the losing of one's temper, or the like.
the lesser of two evils the option that is not as bad as the other option, even though both are bad.
the long haul a relatively short or long distance. [2 definitions]
them the persons or things already mentioned; a form of "they" used as the object of a verb or preposition. [2 definitions]
thematic of or relating to a theme.
theme the central topic of a speech, discourse, sermon, essay, or other literary work. [3 definitions]
theme park an amusement park in which the structures and settings share a common theme.
theme song a melody or song identified with a play, movie, television program, or the like, esp. one used as an introduction or closing, or one used to create a certain mood or tone.
the most (old-fashioned; slang) the most exciting or delightful; best.
themselves used to emphasize they. [3 definitions]
then at that past time. [6 definitions]
thence from that time on; thenceforth. [2 definitions]
thenceforth from then on; thereafter.
thenceforward thenceforth.
The Nibelungenlied a thirteenth-century Middle High German epic poem that recounts the adventure of Siegfried.
theo- god.