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Noun
Clothing, especially of a distinctive or special kind
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Plural for cotton, nylon, or other fibers spun into long, thin strands and used for sewing
“To my surprise, Emma takes some needle and thread out of one of her pockets.”
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Any soft downy substance, typically from soft fibers or hairs
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The threads in a woven fabric
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Events represented in a story or play
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An outer garment with sleeves, worn outdoors and typically extending below the hips
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An outer covering, especially one placed round a tank or pipe to insulate it
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Plural for a long, thin line or piece of something
“The mooring-rope is not attached to the ring, but to the flukes, being held to the ring only by a thread of rope-yarn.”
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Plural for a theme or characteristic running throughout a situation or piece of writing
“We can detect that mockery as a characteristic thread throughout the oeuvre.”
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Plural for possession of a similar meaning through paraphrasing
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Plural for a fine fiber excreted by the silkworm or other arthropod (such as a spider)
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Plural for thread or cloth made from flax fiber
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Purls or filigrees
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Plural for a sign or indication of (the existence of) something
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Plural for a series of connected events or thoughts
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Plural for a web, weave or tangle
Verb
To pass a length of something through an opening
“Then take the far-side thread and thread it through the left loop.”
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To thread (a series of small objects) on a string
“Then thread a small bell with some ribbon, and pull the ribbon up through the hole in the pot.”
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To scatter or intersperse among other things
“The imagery aims to thread notions of written pattern and natural geometry with personal identity.”
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To move, especially carefully or skillfully, around obstacles
“The Viking leader grinned at Gwydre's show of spirit, and began to slowly thread towards him.”
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To make more beautiful or attractive by adorning or decorating
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To move aside or to and fro in a sudden or quick manner
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