Thesaurus

“the”

The following 430 entries include the term the.

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over-the-hill

adjective

being of advanced years and especially past middle age

over-the-top

adjective

going beyond a normal or acceptable limit in degree or amount

(the) people

plural noun

as in (the) public, (the) crowd

(the) populace

noun

as in (the) public, (the) people

(the) public

noun

as in (the) people, (the) crowd

round-the-clock

adjective

as in hourly, around-the-clock

run-of-the-mill

adjective

being of the type that is encountered in the normal course of events

run-of-the-mine

adjective

of average to below average quality

spur-of-the-moment

adjective

made or done without previous thought or preparation

state-of-the-art

adjective

being or employing the latest concepts, styles, or techniques

stick-in-the-mud

noun

a person with old-fashioned ideas

theater-in-the-round

noun

as in music hall, arena theater

the devil

interjection

as in (the) deuce, the dickens

the dickens

interjection

as in the devil, (the) deuce

top-of-the-line

adjective

of the very best kind

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