Examples of throe in a Sentence
collapsed in the throes of agony
that third-world country is caught up in the throes of a democratic revolution
Recent Examples of throe from the Web
Yet if harbingers of gentrification are trendy restaurants and coffee shops, then Divisadero is in the throes of conforming to a new populace with disposable income.
Bundy began that spell in the throes of his bad stretch of three starts, but has four quality starts in five counting Wednesday's seven shutout innings.
Someone in the throes of grief, that's who, someone willing to try anything for some sense of connection.
While in the throes of a breakup, even the most motivated people can have a difficult time determining how best to get on with their lives.
When the rain came Sunday, many residents remained in the throes of recovery.
President Trump wrote to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un on Thursday, with all the pent-up anguish and faux dignity of a teenage girl in the throes of first love.
Mural Arts opened its Kensington Storefront on the front lines of the opioid epidemic in hopes of bringing art and healing to a community in the throes of addiction.
Leitch’s visuals match the performance beat for beat, imbuing Russell’s explosive sequences with an unpredictable fervor suited to a mutant in the throes of adolescence.
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