thus

All Adverb
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  • More than a hundred lakes were thus cut off from the main river.
  • Thus, courts will generally allow a class action in such a situation.
  • He is thus the last of Paul's close friends to die in battle.
  • It was never completed and was thus never released.
  • These officers came from four schools developed for this purpose and thus worked to a common standard of training.
  • It is not known why the earl named the game thus.
  • Thus situated, the mountains make travel from north to south difficult.
  • Rolling Stone magazine thus named him the second highest-paid artist of the year.
  • Thus, at the federal level, governments are formed with at least two parties.
  • Thus it is uncertain when he was born and when he died.
  • Thus the better put together solid structures will require more energy to break apart.
  • However, in part they are firm and thus capable of supporting flight.
  • It became a large and rich city and thus a major power in the Mediterranean.
  • Thus an understanding of how these two levels relate to each other is needed.
  • Texas thus became its own independent country with its own president, congress, and monetary system.
  • Thus one can be tried twice for the same alleged crime.
  • Thus, negotiation generally features only in games with three or more players.
  • This body would thus inherently have political power and would be nothing short of a state.
  • For one who serves thus serves out of fear.
  • The American theater thus became only one front in Britain's war.
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Meaning of thus

  • adverb In the way indicated; (`thusly' is a nonstandard variant)
    hold the brush so, set up the pieces thus