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  • n. Plural form of throne.


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  • No one could ask for a better companion or pet, even if he is occasionally a cowardly and cringing fellow, and quite entitled about his soft "thrones" - as can be seen in this picture from Meredith's room.

    May 2009

  • But even where none are common there may still be degrees in rarity, and by the side of this general refreshment room was a smaller tent carpeted with Oriental rugs, and having inside it some half-dozen chairs, and two seats which can only be described as thrones, for Lady Ambermere or Olga

    Queen Lucia

  • Heaven and earth and all that is m them (1Ch 29: 11; Ne 9: 6; Re 10: 6). invisible -- the world of spirits. thrones, or dominions -- lordships: the thrones are the greater of the two. principalities, or powers -- rather, "rules, or authorities": the former are stronger than the latter (compare Note, see on [2402] Eph 1: 21).

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • From that time also the Apostles have sat upon twelve thrones, that is, over all Christians; for every Christian who receives the word of

    Catena Aurea - Gospel of Matthew

  • Madame, from that evening, achieved and enjoyed a success capable of bewildering all not born to those altitudes termed thrones; which, in spite of their elevation, are sheltered from such giddiness.

    Ten Years Later

  • Five chartaks on each side of the thrones were allotted for the convenience of the court; the rest were filled by the different trades of the city.

    Chapter 8 - Part VIII

  • The Seraphim, Cherubim, and the thrones are the first in the hierarchy and are considered to be heavenly counselors.


  • Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones came out in Dec 2005, so it most likely wouldn't be skewing the recent upward trend in "thrones" related searches.

    7 ft actor rumored to be auditioning for Thrones

  • Although the pope is moved about in elaborately constructed "thrones," if he should fall, he no longer has the reflexes or strength to stop himself crashing onto the floor.


  • These holy souls are in the presence of God seated on their own thrones, meaning that they reign eternally.

    Some Answered Questions


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  • ... under thee as Head Supream

    Thrones, Princedoms, Powers, Dominions I reduce ...

    Milton, Paradise Lost III

    December 18, 2006