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
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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.
Each, it might be said, is in the throes of addiction.
Those sums reflect the dramatic turnaround in the state's fortunes since Brown took office in the throes of a recession eight years ago.
In the throes of promotion joy, there is little time to think about what comes next.
For 12 years, Jacqueline Wilson has been living with HIV in a region of the Deep South that's in the throes of an epidemic some would rather just ignore.
Soon, the couple -- in the throes of wedding planning and Chris' therapy -- took in a 3-year-old and a 2-month-old.
The health-insurance industry is currently in the throes of a similar round of consolidation after years of shying away from mergers.
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