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thrilling causing a feeling of sudden, intense excitement.
thrive to progress well or succeed; prosper. [2 definitions]
throat the narrow area inside the neck that allows the passage of air to the lungs and the passage of food to the stomach. [5 definitions]
-throated having (such) a throat.
throatlatch a strap that crosses a horse's throat in order to secure a bridle.
throaty produced or uttered from deep in the throat; husky.
throb to beat, or feel one's blood beating, at an accelerated rate or level, as from emotion, exhaustion, stress, or the like. [4 definitions]
throe a deep, wrenching pain or sudden spasm, as in death or childbirth. [2 definitions]
thrombin the enzyme in the blood that causes it to clot.
thrombocytopenia an abnormal decrease in the number of blood platelets.
thromboplastin a substance found in animal tissue, esp. blood platelets, that assists in blood clotting by converting prothrombin to thrombin.
thrombosis an abnormal clotting of blood in the circulatory system.
thrombus a blood clot that forms within and obstructs a blood vessel or cavity of the heart.
throne the seat occupied by a ruler or high secular or religious official on ceremonial occasions or when holding audience. [2 definitions]
throng a large crowd of people. [5 definitions]
throttle a valve in a machine, esp. an automobile engine, that controls the flow of fuel, air, or the like. [5 definitions]
throttleable combined form of throttle.
through in one side or end and out the other. [17 definitions]
throughout in, to, or during every part of. [3 definitions]
throughway variant of thruway.
throve a past tense of thrive.