threap

Related to threap: strep throat

threap

(θriːp) or

threep

vb (tr)
1. to scold
2. to contradict
[Old English thrēapian to blame; related to Old Frisian thrūwa, Old High German threwen, Old Norse threa]
ˈthreaper, ˈthreeper n

threap


Past participle: threaped
Gerund: threaping

Imperative
threap
threap
Present
I threap
you threap
he/she/it threaps
we threap
you threap
they threap
Preterite
I threaped
you threaped
he/she/it threaped
we threaped
you threaped
they threaped
Present Continuous
I am threaping
you are threaping
he/she/it is threaping
we are threaping
you are threaping
they are threaping
Present Perfect
I have threaped
you have threaped
he/she/it has threaped
we have threaped
you have threaped
they have threaped
Past Continuous
I was threaping
you were threaping
he/she/it was threaping
we were threaping
you were threaping
they were threaping
Past Perfect
I had threaped
you had threaped
he/she/it had threaped
we had threaped
you had threaped
they had threaped
Future
I will threap
you will threap
he/she/it will threap
we will threap
you will threap
they will threap
Future Perfect
I will have threaped
you will have threaped
he/she/it will have threaped
we will have threaped
you will have threaped
they will have threaped
Future Continuous
I will be threaping
you will be threaping
he/she/it will be threaping
we will be threaping
you will be threaping
they will be threaping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been threaping
you have been threaping
he/she/it has been threaping
we have been threaping
you have been threaping
they have been threaping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been threaping
you will have been threaping
he/she/it will have been threaping
we will have been threaping
you will have been threaping
they will have been threaping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been threaping
you had been threaping
he/she/it had been threaping
we had been threaping
you had been threaping
they had been threaping
Conditional
I would threap
you would threap
he/she/it would threap
we would threap
you would threap
they would threap
Past Conditional
I would have threaped
you would have threaped
he/she/it would have threaped
we would have threaped
you would have threaped
they would have threaped
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References in classic literature ?
They had been in London, and many other grand towns; but they always said there was no place like home; and then they were so agreeable with each other- -never fell out nor "threaped." She did not know where there was such a family for being united.
"LIRPLE" for "Liverpool" is more challenging, but not too much more difficult than the text's regular substitution of "LUNON" for "London." Other stretches of the text stymie the reader more forcefully, such as this sentence: "Lunnoners who threap awt intui country fowk, an think they will be soft enuff tae swallow awe their lees, but she was mistane ea me" [Possibly: "Londoners who try to trick country folk, thinking they will be soft enough to swallow all their lies, but they were mistaken in my case"] (98).
All welcome afterwards to Walldene Court, Threap Gardens.
Originally, the field was common land, as part of what up until the end of the 19th century was called Threap Moor.
Celebrity chef James Martin presented Sandra Giles, a chef at Anchor Homes' Walldene Court care home, at Threap Gardens, in Wallsend, with her certificate.
North Tyneside's elected mayor, John Harrison, will present the award at the home in Threap Gardens on Wednesday.
On Saturday, May 22, at 1pm, Walldene Court Nursing Home, Threap Gardens, Howdon, will hold a car boot sale.