[ US /ˈθaɪ/ ]
[ UK /θˈaɪ/ ]
[ UK /θˈaɪ/ ]
- the part of the leg between the hip and the knee
- the upper joint of the leg of a fowl
How To Use thigh In A Sentence
- If the point of the tongue be placed between the teeth, and air from the mouth be forced between them, the Th sibilant is produced, as in thigh, and should have a proper character, as [TN: Looks like the Greek 'phi']. The Temple of Nature; or, the Origin of Society A Poem, with Philosophical Notes
- I tried on clothes that actually fit me and felt comfortable instead of living in denial and trying on clothing that depressed me when I couldn't get the pants above my thighs.
- One woman's broken thigh bone had been badly set, leaving her left leg at least three inches shorter than her right.
- Their solution was to have Cumbria fire service just out of shot squirting hosepipes high in the air so it would fall the right way on Hopkins who was standing looking miserable up to his thighs in the lake.
- He leaned over and reached into the glove compartment, his forearm accidentally brushing across her thigh.
- A sedentary lifestyle also spells bad news for hips and thighs: increase your circulation by taking more exercise.
- Spring is the season for groin pulls - that is, straining the adductor muscles that run along the inside of your thighs.
- I had major lacerations to my left mid thigh.
- The devotees were also treated for their excruciating pain in their shoulders, neck, back, thighs, knees, calves, ankle and foot.
- You can ask your butcher to mince the thigh meat or use a domestic food grinder. Times, Sunday Times