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they those people, animals, or things being pointed to. [5 definitions]
they'd contracted form of "they had". ; contracted form of "they would".
they'll contracted form of "they will".
they're contracted form of "they are".
they've contracted form of "they have".
thiamine a white, crystalline member of the vitamin B complex, found in many foods, esp. whole grains, required in human nutrition for metabolism; vitamin B1.
thiazine any of several chemical compounds whose molecules contain a ring of one atom each of sulfur and nitrogen and four carbon atoms.
thick relatively great in the measure of the smallest dimension from one side to the opposite side. [10 definitions]
thicken to make or become thick or thicker. [2 definitions]
thickening the act of making or becoming thick. [3 definitions]
thicket a thick or dense patch of shrubs, underbrush, or small trees. [2 definitions]
thickheaded slow to comprehend; dull or stupid.
thickness the condition or quality of being thick. [4 definitions]
thickset having a thick, solid body; stocky. [2 definitions]
thick-skinned having a thick skin. [2 definitions]
thick-witted stupid; unintelligent; dull.
thief someone who steals.
thieve to take the property of others without right; commit theft, esp. habitually. [2 definitions]
thievery an act or the practice of theft; stealing.
thieves plural of thief.
thievish inclined to thievery. [2 definitions]