And thirdly, Chaz Ebert endured the debilitating role as his constant caregiver because she listened to her doctor.
And, thirdly, even if you are moving pieces of wreckage, there are eyes in the sky watching it all from satellites.
thirdly, Obama should be frank about the “credibility” issue.
thirdly, all the spoons are attached to a single ring, which can be hung from a hook, making them easier to find.
thirdly, economic agreements must be forged between regional states, particularly Rwanda and Congo.
thirdly, by this means, I save postages, and may actually induce a few adventurous moneyed persons to pay me for the work.
thirdly, he may be obliged to add the final letter to a word, and so complete it.
thirdly, when some private person, still more when the State itself, is in the gravest need.
thirdly, as to the Evangelical; I know you have one of the Nos.
thirdly, Madame Duparc does not mention that she held the plate for the pudding to be poured into, and took it to her father.
Old English metathesis of þridda, from Proto-Germanic *thridjas (cf. Old Frisian thredda, Old Saxon thriddio, Middle Low German drudde, Dutch derde, Old High German dritto, German dritte, Old Norse þriðe, Gothic þridja), from PIE *tritjos (cf. Sanskrit trtiyas, Avestan thritya, Greek tritos, Latin tertius, Old Church Slavonic tretiji, Lithuanian trecias, Old Irish triss).
Related to Old English þreo (see three). Metathesis of thrid into third is attested from c.950 in Northumbria, but thrid was prevalent up to 16c. The noun meaning "third part of anything" is recorded from late 14c. Third rail in electric railway sense is recorded from 1890. Third World War as a possibility first recorded 1947. Third-rate "of poor quality" is from 1814, ultimately from classification of ships (1640s); third class in railway travel is from 1839. Third Reich (1930) is a partial translation of German drittes Reich (1923). Third party in law, insurance, etc., is from 1818.
Coming next after second, as in order, rank, or time.
Being the digit that is adjacent to and is on the outermost side of the second digit, as on a foot.