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One of the most delicate times in the pandemic will be the period between its worst throes and widespread immunity.
No matter that the economy, then as now, was in the throes of a historic economic catastrophe.
Let’s start with Grantham’s warning on how a big, new spike in prices, from already high levels, presages the death throes of a bull market.
Advertisers say they need agencies now more than ever, and in the throes of economic uncertainty, they are working their agencies harder.
One of the lessons our animals teach us is to love even in the throes of grieving.
In Europe, currently in the throes of a devastating second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the Stoxx 600 shot up by 5%, and France’s CAC 40 by more than 7%.
As we’re all still in the throes of being at home for an extended period of time, staying active is crucial to maintaining our mental and overall health.
The sea moaned—more than moaned—among the boulders below the ruins, a throe of its tide being timed to regular intervals.
THE WELL-BELOVEDTHOMAS HARDY
Sneak had hastily brought thither his effects, and without a throe of regret abandoned his house for ever to the owls.
WILD WESTERN SCENESJOHN BEAUCHAMP JONES
A throe of anguish caused her to concentrate her strength with one grand effort, and the rope that held her right hand parted.

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boondogglenoun | [boon-dog-uh l, -daw-guh l]SEE DEFINITION