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1. TENEBROUS

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small; scanty, skimpy, inadequate, trifling, negligible, piddling; poor, empty, unfulfilling, unsatisfying, dissatisfying.
3. hackneyed, banal, trite, overdone,
Inf. bromidic, platitudinous, Inf. corny; tired, played out, Inf. old-hat, old as the hills, warmed-over; unimaginative, unoriginal, stale, insipid, jejune, uninspired; prosaic, prosy, dull, boring, SI. ho-hum, uninteresting, tedious, monotonous, dry, dry-as-dust; conventional, matter-of-fact, humdrum, commonplace, ordinary, workaday, wonted; stock, familiar, stereotyped.
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shabby, dingy, sorry, wretched; seedy, disheveled, slovenly, unkempt, slatternly, untidy; forlorn, desolate, dreary, dismal, sad, pathetic, pitiful; impecunious, penniless, destitute, Inf on one's uppers, in bad or tough shape.

threadlike, adj. thready, fibrous, filamentous, fibri-form, piliform, fibrillar, fibrilliform; stringy, wiry, ropy, attenuated, drawn out; fine, thin, slender, narrow; winding, twisting, meandering, circuitous, tortuous, sinuous.

threat, n. 1. warning, intimidation, commination, caution, caveat, alarm, Archaic, alarum, notice, word to the wise, saber-rattling.
2. menace, danger, peril, risk, hazard, jeopardy; time bomb, bomb, sleeping volcano, sword of Damocles, quicksand.
3. omen, forewarning, foreboding, portent, evil portent, premonition; bird of ill omen, Cassandra, handwriting on the wall, gathering clouds, clouds on the horizon, brewing storm.

threaten, v. 1. menace, endanger, imperil, frighten, scare, terrify, alarm, fill with unease; warn, put on one's guard, caution, give fair warning, Inf. tip off, comminate; intimidate, daunt, terrorize, cow; browbeat, bully, thunder at, yell at, fulminate, read the riot act; snarl, growl, rattle one's sabers, bark; lower, glower, scowl.
2. tower over, hang over, beetle; impend, loom, be imminent; portend, bode, forebode, presage, forewarn; augur, foreshadow, be in the air, be in the offing.

threatening, adj. menacing, frightening, terrifying, intimidating, minacious; dangerous, perilous, hazardous, risky, chancy; looming, imminent, in the air, in the offing, in the wings, pending, impending, portending, boding, foreboding, ominous, lowering.

threnody, n. dirge, requiem, funeral song, burial hymn, threnode, Rom. Cath. Ch. trenal, Dies Irae; elegy, lament, lamentation, keen, epicedium, monody, ululation, jeremaid, Scot., Irish, coronach.

thresh, v. 1. thrash, flail, separate the grain from the chaff; gin, seed, pit, remove the seeds from.
2. flog, lash, switch, birch, scourge, flagellate,
Inf lace; whip, horsewhip, curry, strap, cowhide, Inf. tan [s.o.'s] hide; cane, bastinado, cudgel, fustigate; spank, paddle, beat [s.o.'s] bottom; beat, batter, pommel, pummel, pelt, lay on, baste, Inf lambaste, Inf. thump, Inf trim, Inf. whale, Inf. whale the tar out of, SI. whump, SI. paste, Archaic, belabor.
3. thresh out
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over work out, settle, Inf. iron out; discuss, talk over, haggle, dicker, Inf. hash out, SI. hassle out; go over, go through, review, SI. hash over; debate, moot. Inf. kick around.

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4. thrash, thrashing, threshing, flogging, lashing, whipping, spanking, Inf. tanning; beating, battering, pounding, pommeling, pummeling, pelting, going over, basting, SI. pasting.

threshold, n. 1. doorsill, sill, groundsill, groundsel, ground beam, ground plate; doorway, door, portal, hatch, Fr. porte; gate, gateway, postern; stile, turnstile, wicket; entrance, entryway, entry, entrde, inlet, ingress, approach, opening.

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