Definition of Thorow. Meaning of Thorow. Synonyms of Thorow

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Definition of Thorow

Thorow
Thorow Thor"ow, prep. Through. [Obs.] ``Thorow bramble, pits, and floods.' --Beau. & Fl.
Thorow
Thorow Thor"ow, a. Thorough. [Obs.] --Hakluyt.

Meaning of Thorow from wikipedia

- flowering plant in the family Apiaceae known by the common name lanceleaf thorow-wax. It is native to the Mediterranean Basin and it is known elsewhere,...
- secretary to the Lord Deputy of Ireland. In his 1617 work An itinerary thorow Twelve Dominions, Moryson describes the "wild Irish", and in this case their...
- Henry VII is reputed to have said: our realme wald receive na damage thair thorow, for in that caise Ingland wald not accress unto Scotland, bot Scotland...
- long, with a Ring of Wyre in the top of his Rod, for his Line to runne thorow: within two foot of the bottome of the Rod there was a hole made, for to...
- hard usage, marriage, and wonderful variety of fortune. IV. His travels thorow the island, and description of its situation, product, manufactures, commodities...
- (L) Caldbergh Gill (R) Ulfer's Gill (L) Little Gill (R) Humph Gill (R) Thorow Gill (R) Griff (L) Great Gill (R) Cullen Gill (L) Sandy **** (R) Lead Up...
- Thiefth is an album by American musician David Grubbs and poet Susan Howe. "Thorow" "Melville's Marginalia"...
- Contayning the Voyages ... Made by Ancient Kings, ... and Others, to and thorow the Remoter Parts of the Knowne World, etc. London: W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone...
- April 2016: [Thorow North County] [Malow County] [Thior County] [Ulang County] [Wanding County] [Kewer County] [Luakpiny/Nasir County] [Thorow South County...
- Lucian’s eagle with an arrow Of her own plumes, piercing her heart quite thorow. As he does so, he is also echoing the same conceit used in Fletcher's poem...