Definition of Thrists

1. thrist [v] - See also: thrist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thrists

thrimsas
thring
thringing
thrip
thripid
thripple
thrips
thripses
thrissel
thrissels
thrist
thristed
thristing
thristle
thristles
thrists (current term)
thristy
thrittene
thrive
thrived
thriven
thriver
thrivers
thrives
thriving
thrivingly
thrivingness
thrivings
thrix
thrix annulata

Literary usage of Thrists

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1. The Works of William E. Channing by William Ellery Channing (1849)
"... is what we should expect from his solicitude to teach us in regard to what is future in our earthly existence. Nature thrists for, and ..."

2. The Ever Green: Being a Collection of Scots Poems, Wrote by the Ingenious by Allan Ramsay (1824)
"... Thou knaws it is the Cherrie ; Sen for it only thou hut thrists; The Slae can he hut Buit; In it also thy Helth consists, And in nae other Fruit; ..."

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