through[ throo ]SEE DEFINITION OF through
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR THROUGH
He heard the hum and clang of an electric car off through a chestnut grove.
When the boy got through, he cast a speculative glance at the carpetbag.
The captain looked at it through his glass, and then examined the chart.
He went up and handed it to her through the narrowly opened door.
Through the teaching of Moses he was to become the sole Master of the Jewish race.
This object, through the kindness of friends, was accomplished.
He addressed also a letter to Dubosq through the newspapers.
She was legally a wife, and could only be separated from him through convicted shame.
It was quite cool there, very dark, and the air came in through two windows.
Self-government can succeed only through an instructed electorate.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR THROUGH
- in a line
- in a row
- in line
- like an arrow