Thrum

Thrum is old slang for to beat someone.
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Thrum

Thrum is old slang for to beat someone.
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thrum

[n] - a thrumming sound
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Thrum

Thrum noun [ Middle English thrum , throm ; akin to OD. drom , Dutch dreum , German trumm , lump, end, fragment, Old High German drum end, Icelandic ...römr edge, brim, and Latin terminus a limit, term. Confer Term .] [ Written also
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Thrum

Thrum transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Thrummed ; present participle & verbal noun Thrumming .] 1. To furnish with thrums; to insert tufts in; to fringe. « Are we born to thrum caps or pick straw?»...
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Thrum

Thrum intransitive verb [ CF. Icelandic ...ruma to rattle, to thunder, and English drum .] 1. To play rudely or monotonously on a stringed instrument with the fingers; to strum. 2. Hence, to make a monotonous drumming noise; as, to thrum on a table.
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Thrum

Thrum transitive verb 1. To play, as a stringed instrument, in a rude or monotonous manner. 2. Hence, to drum on; to strike in a monotonous manner; to thrum the table.
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thrum

1. One of the ends of weaver's threads; hence, any soft, short threads or tufts resembling these. ... 2. Any coarse yarn; an unraveled strand of rope. ... 3. <botany> A threadlike part of a flower; a stamen. ... 4. <chemical> A shove out of place; a small displacement or fault along a seam. ... 5. A mat made of canvas and tufts of yarn....
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thrum

noun a thrumming sound; `he could hear the thrum of a banjo`
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Thrum

• (v. t.) To play, as a stringed instrument, in a rude or monotonous manner. • (v. t.) To insert short pieces of rope-yarn or spun yarn in; as, to thrum a piece of canvas, or a mat, thus making a rough or tufted surface. • (v. i.) To play rudely or monotonously on a stringed instrument with the fingers; to strum. • (n.) Any coar...
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thrum

loose thread or fringe of a garment or cloth
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