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
If that feels like a long time, brace yourself: Variety reports the fifth installment of the saga will miss its July 2020 release date, stuck in the throes of development due to issues with the script.
Trump, Leo, and now-White House counsel Don McGahn had first collaborated on a list of names for the Supreme Court more than two years earlier, in the throes of the GOP primary.
The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL) formed in 1943 as the world was in the throes of World War II.
Left behind in the throes of evacuations from the Pawnee Fire in Lake County, all those animals were saved from impending flames and shepherded to a county shelter.
Michael and Khadeeja Morse told The Associated Press that their son was in the throes of a psychotic break.
As reward, the new president appointed Orion secretary of the Nevada Territory, then in the throes of a mining frenzy centered on the Comstock Lode beneath booming Virginia City, the largest town in the territory.
Another case detailed 4 officers and 2 Hennepin EMS staff responding to a man in the throes of a mental health crisis.
The six-story brick building is in the throes of a multimillion dollar renovation effort.
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