Definition of Thonged

1. Adjective. Having a thong or thongs. ¹



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Definition of Thonged

1. thong [adj] - See also: thong

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thonged

thombi
thomean
thometzekite
thomism
thomist
thomite
thomsenolite
thomsonian
thomsonianism
thomsonite
thomsonites
thon
thonder
thonged (current term)
thongless
thonglike
thongs
thongy
thons
thonself
thonzonium bromide
thonzylamine
thonzylamine hydrochloride
thooid
thor
thoracal
thoracalgia

Literary usage of Thonged

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1. Journal of the County Kildare Archaeological Society by County Kildare Archaeological Society (1908)
"What sort of a weapon was a thonged javelin ? The following curious incident is related in " The Annals of the Four Masters " under the year 1600 :— "Rury ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1839)
"Right fore-arm obtusely inclined to the horizontal, holding the three-thonged whip. Not considering colour as essential to type, I have not entered into the ..."

3. Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan by Asiatic Society of Japan (1891)
"Women are to wear bamboo-thonged sandals ordinarily, but at occasions of ceremony sandals with cotton thongs; men should wear only bamboo-thonged sandals on ..."

4. Feudal and Modern Japan by Arthur May Knapp (1896)
"Women are to wear bamboo- thonged sandals ordinarily, but at occasions of ceremony sandals with cotton thongs; men should wear only bamboo-thonged sandals ..."

5. Feudal and Modern Japan by Arthur May Knapp (1896)
"Women are to wear bamboo- thonged sandals ordinarily, but at occasions of ceremony sandals with cotton thongs; men should wear only bamboo-thonged sandals ..."

6. The Pre- and Proto-historic Finns, Both Eastern and Western, with the Magic by baron John Abercromby Abercromby, John Abercromby (1898)
"clothes, was dabbling at her linen rags, she picked it up and poked it into her long-thonged pouch, in the pouch she carried it home, to the yard—in the ..."

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