Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of thunder.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Wind howled, trees bent, and in thundered a great brass mechanism that looked like nothing so much as a giant mortar on legs like those of the house.

    Valentines, part the first

  • I remember several December mornings when I stood shivering on the platform at Etobicoke North, watching as a higher-priority VIA train thundered by.

    go

  • He never got it finished, because Stalin thundered in his face, "When I say" No, "I mean NO!"

    After Stalin—What?

  • He had spoken more loudly than he intended and the word thundered in the room.

    Coroner's Pidgin

  • The whistle tooted fast and furiously, and the train thundered past at top speed.

    The March of Kelly's Army

  • The whistle tooted fast and furiously, and the train thundered at top speed.

    Two Thousand Stiffs

  • The whistle tooted fast and furiously, and the train thundered at top speed.

    Two Thousand Stiffs

  • “The war on terror isn’t going to be won through immigration restrictions,” Mahony thundered from the pulpit.

    Mahony Baloney

  • “The war on terror isn’t going to be won through immigration restrictions,” Mahony thundered from the pulpit.

    Mahony Baloney

  • “The war on terror isn’t going to be won through immigration restrictions,” Mahony thundered from the pulpit.

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