Definition of Thropples

1. thropple [v] - See also: thropple



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thropples

throne-room
throne room
throne rooms
throned
throneless
thronelike
thrones
throng
thronged
thronging
throngly
throngs
throning
thropple
throppled
thropples (current term)
throstle
throstles
throstling
throtteen
throttle
throttle body
throttle valve
throttleable
throttled
throttlehold
throttleholds
throttler
throttlers
throttles

Literary usage of Thropples

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1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1894)
"... the wind-pipe properly, but commonly used for the neck, the throat. " Let's wet wor thropples "—let us drink. ..."

2. The Dramatic Censor: Or, Critical Companion by Francis Gentleman (1770)
"While Miranda attends her guardian to his coach, Marplot lifts up the board, when out bolts Sir George, and thropples the frightened, ..."

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