Thrasher

Thrashers are a New World group of passerine birds related to mockingbirds and New World catbirds. Like these, they are in the Mimidae family. There are 15 species in one large and 4 monotypic genera. These do not form a clade but are a phenetic assemblage. It is rather likely than not — though by no means robustly supported — that the sage th...
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Thrasher

• (n.) Alt. of Thresher
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thrasher

mocking thrush noun thrush-like American songbird able to mimic other birdsongs
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Thrasher

[G.I. Joe] Thrasher is a fictional character from the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, comic books and cartoon series. He is affiliated with Cobra as the Dreadnoks` Thunder Machine driver and debuted in 1986. ==Profile== Thrasher was spoiled as a child by his middle class parents, who never disciplined him in fear that this would `st...
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Thrasher

[magazine] Thrasher is a monthly skateboarding magazine, founded in 1981 by Kevin Thatcher, Eric Swenson, and Fausto Vitello, and published by the San Francisco, United States-based company, High Speed Productions. The publication consists of skateboard- and music-related articles, photography, interviews, skatepark reviews, and miscellaneo...
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thrasher

any of numerous New World birds with downcurved bills, noted for noisy foraging on the ground in dense thickets and for loud varied songs. The 17 ...
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Thrasher

The thrasher is a species of shark (Alopias vulpinus) which has a very long upper division of its tail which it uses to thrash its prey or attackers.
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thrasher

thrasher: see mimic thrush.
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thrasher

[n] - thrush-like American songbird able to mimic other birdsongs
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