tho't

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See also: thot, thốt, and thớt

English[edit]

Noun[edit]

tho't (plural tho'ts)

  1. Contraction of thought.
    • 1762, Amicus, The Edinburgh Magazine[1], page 404:
      Bleſt with each virtue, and with ev’ry grace,
      That can adorn the beſt of human race,
      Whoſe breaſt with ev’ry gen’rous tho’t still glows

Verb[edit]

tho't

  1. Contraction of thought.
    • 1744, Thomas Prince, The Chriſtian Hiſtory[2], page 259:
      But tho’t it more rational to ſuſpend my Judgment till I had Opportunity of ſeeing for my ſelf.

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