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Thrace a wine producing region in the east of the Balkan Peninsula north of the Aegean Sea, colonized by ancient Greeks and encompassing parts of present day Greece, Bulgaria, and Turkey.
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 having a questionable chance of surviving into the future.
threatened species a plant or animal species that may soon become an endangered species.
threatening containing, or appearing to contain, a threat of harm. [2 definitions]
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-digit number a whole number containing three digits, such as 365.