Definition of Themes

1. Noun. (plural of theme) ¹



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Definition of Themes

1. theme [v] - See also: theme

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Themes

thematize
thematized
thematizes
thematizing
thematological
thematologies
thematology
theme
theme parks
theme song
theme songs
themeable
themed
themeless
themes (current term)
theming
themis
thems
themselfs
themselves
then
then(a)
then-and-now
then again
then and there
thenabouts
thenad
thenadays

Literary usage of Themes

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1. The Historical Geography of Europe by Edward Augustus Freeman (1903)
"The nomenclature of the European themes is more The Euro. intelligible. Most of them bear ancient names, and themes. the districts which bear them are at ..."

2. The Historical Geography of Europe by Edward Augustus Freeman (1882)
"The rest of the Propontis is bordered by themes bearing the strange names of ... The nomenclature of the European themes is more intelligible. ..."

3. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1902)
"... according to his own practice and that of his predecessors.3 In the second he attempts an accurate survey of the provinces, the themes ..."

4. A History of American Literature Since 1870 by Fred Lewis Pattee (1915)
"CHAPTER XIV THE ERA OF SOUTHERN themes AND WRITERS Just as the West of Mark Twain, ... The sudden vogue of Southern themes and Southern writers came not, ..."

5. A History of American Literature Since 1870 by Fred Lewis Pattee (1915)
"CHAPTER XIV THE ERA OF SOUTHERN themes AND WRITERS Just as the West of Mark Twain, ... The sudden vogue of Southern themes and Southern writers came not, ..."

6. Composition and Rhetoric for Schools by Robert Herrick, Lindsay Todd Damon (1899)
"To get the most benefit from writing themes, the student should observe the ... All themes should be handed in promptly at the date and the hour set. ..."

7. Aids to English Composition, Prepared for Students of All Grades: Embracing by Richard Green Parker (1863)
"themes are subjects, or topics, on which a person writes or speaks. ... themes are divided into two classes, the simple and the complex. ..."

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