thunder

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈθʌndər/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈθʌndɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(thundər)

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thunder

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. it thundered throughout the [night, week]
  2. it [was, is] thundering (out, outside)
  3. it thundered at [noon, the picnic]
  4. it thundered across the [field, town]
  5. it thundered above the [pool, stadium]
  6. the [cannon, explosion, waterfall] thundered
  7. [the, his] voice thundered (in my ear)
  8. my heart thundered (in my ears, in my chest)
  9. the [crowd, stadium] thundered (with applause)
  10. the [crowd, herd, parade, train] thundered past
  11. the [crowd] thundered away
  12. the train thundered through the station
  13. the train thundered along the tracks
  14. the [horses, herd] thundered along the [road, path]
  15. the [horses] thundered down the [road]
  16. thundered [an order, instructions, a warning]
n
  1. a [clap, crash] of thunder
  2. [distant, rolling, loud] thunder
  3. count the seconds between the lightning and thunder
  4. like thunder and lightning
  5. is afraid of the thunder
  6. was frightened by the thunder
  7. heard thunder in the distance
  8. could hear thunder in the distance
  9. came [rolling, crashing] like thunder
  10. a thunder of applause
  11. the thunder of a [running crowd, stampede]
  12. couldn't [talk, hear anything] over the thunder (of)
  13. idiom: stole her [coworker's, friend's] thunder
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