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thor•ough

(ˈθɜr oʊ, ˈθʌr oʊ)

adj.
1. executed without negligence or omissions: a thorough search.
2. complete; perfect; utter: thorough enjoyment.
3. extremely attentive to accuracy and detail; painstaking: a thorough worker.
4. having full command or mastery of an art, talent, etc.
5. extending or passing through.
adv., prep.
6. Archaic. through.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English thuruh, variant of thurh through]
thor′ough•ly, adv.
thor′ough•ness, n.
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139) Ernest Brinson married a woman named Clara in North Carolina, moved with her to Virginia, divorced her there "a mensa et thoro," and left for North Carolina.
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Patricii," a seventh-century Irish collection of canons on several subjects, deals with this subject, under the heading, De thoro fratris defuncti, "On the marriage bed of a deceased brother," in which the main sentence reads, Superstes frater thorum defuncti fratris non ascendat, "the surviving brother shall not enter the marriage bed of the deceased brother.
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