Last modified on 17 June 2013, at 23:13
See also: Th, TH, -th, and .th

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ContractionEdit

th'

  1. (colloquial, poetic) the
  2. (colloquial) there
    • 1891, Edith Bower in The Overland Monthly, Volume XVII., page #135:
      She crossed her hand an’ turned her face up like a bird does, only th’ ain’t no birds what can sing like she did ; seemed like she was n’t a‐doin’ of it at all,— voice came out of itself, like ’s if ’t was just a waitin’ for a change to git out.

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