Thunderbirds

All Noun
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  • All agree one should go out of one's way to keep from getting thunderbirds angry.
  • During this tour, the Thunderbirds' performed at their first-ever air show in Ireland.
  • After some effort, it is produced, but the thunderbirds demand that it have a case.
  • The Thunderbirds are still highly active in the organization of the tournament.
  • The character also appeared in the live action movie Thunderbirds.
  • Since its first appearance, Thunderbirds has had a significant impact on British popular culture and media worldwide.
  • After some effort, it is produced, but the Thunderbirds demand that it have a case.
  • It does however appear in the opening title sequence of Thunderbirds Are Go.
  • He played three and a half seasons with the Thunderbirds.
  • Two Thunderbirds feature films were released in the 1960s alongside the TV episodes.
  • One day the eldest son went out to fast in order to get a blessing from the thunderbirds.
  • The university's sports teams are known as the Thunderbirds.
  • She went on to provide the voices for various characters in the popular 1960s children's television series Thunderbirds.
  • It is home to the Southern Utah University Thunderbirds track & field team and football team.
  • Five teams participated in the regular season, and the Carolina Thunderbirds were the league champions.
  • Six teams participated in the regular season, and the Carolina Thunderbirds were the league champions.
  • It is a famous formation of the Thunderbirds and is usually performed at the end of the show, when all the six aircraft come together.
  • He attended Southern Utah University but never played a game for the Thunderbirds basketball team.
  • I had just watched the first episode of Thunderbirds.
  • By that time he owned the Thunderbirds baseball team, he did not have enough money to pay for the team's hotel rooms.
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Root form of thunderbirds is thunderbird for the noun.

Meaning of Thunderbirds

  • noun (mythology) the spirit of thunder and lightning believed by some native americans to take the shape of a great bird