[ US /ˈθɹɛdɪd/ ]
[ UK /θɹˈɛdɪd/ ]
  1. (of bolts or screws) having screw threads
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How To Use threaded In A Sentence

  • Now, while our _idea of God_ thus tells us that God has in his hand all causal chains in the world, and its million-threaded web in constant omni-surveying presence and in all-controlling omnipotence, our reflection on the _world_ and its substance and course also leads us from the _a posteriori_ starting-point of analytical investigation precisely to the same result; it even leads us to a still more concrete conception of this idea -- namely, to the result, that not only the _causal chains, in their totality and in their web_, but also _all single links_ of these chains, The Theories of Darwin and Their Relation to Philosophy, Religion, and Morality
  • The listener can be a bottleneck if it is single threaded, and if InterChange Server is not running on a high speed disk subsystem.
  • The first man picked up the end and threaded it through the loop on his leg iron.
  • With superb boatmanship he threaded the narrow, tortuous channel which no craft larger than a whaleboat could negotiate, until the shoals and patches showed seaward and they grounded on the quiet, rippling beach. A SON OF THE SUN
  • It slopes southwest from the watershed between the Nile and Congo rivers, part of an ancient peneplain interrupted by mostly granitic inselbergs, threaded by gallery forests, with large marshland depressions. Garamba National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo
  • The"sacred ecosystem," as executive director Hawk Rosales calls it, isthreaded by waters like Wolf Creek (right), focus of aproject to restore salmon habitat.
  • A threaded pass and Spurs are in. The Sun
  • These threaded, plucked or shaved young soldiers are proving befuddling to an older generation of bushier warriors. About-Face: Soldiers Target Stray Eyebrows in Afghanistan
  • A tiny wire is threaded through a vein to the heart.
  • Ancient thick walls and decorated stones, bladder campion and violets threaded through the grass.
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