Thesaurus

“The”

The following 430 entries include the term The.

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across-the-board

adjective

belonging or relating to the whole

around-the-clock

adjective

as in round-the-clock, hourly

behind-the-scenes

adjective

not known or meant to be known by the general populace

bred-in-the-bone

adjective

being such by habit and not likely to change

(the) crowd

noun

as in (the) public, (the) people

(the) deuce

interjection

as in the devil, the dickens

down-at-the-heels

adjective

showing signs of advanced wear and tear and neglect

down in the mouth

adjective

feeling unhappiness

down-the-line

adjective

firm in one's allegiance to someone or something

down the line

adverb

as in all the way, at length

down-to-the-wire

adjective

showing little difference in the standing of the competitors

dyed-in-the-wool

adjective

being such by habit and not likely to change

(the) goods

plural noun

as in verification, authentication

(the) herd

noun

as in trash, (the) mob

in the lurch

adjective

as in vulnerable, exposed

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