The fibers of the maguey fairly flew through his hands, and higher and wider grew the pile of thready stuff at his left.
If he had hurt the man badly, the pulse would have been thready and unsteady.
For some weeks previous to his death, his pulse had become slow and thready, 36 in the minute.
The pulse grows more frequent and thready; aphthous deposits appear on the inside of the mouth and pharynx.
We all three felt his pulse first—it was distinct, though small and thready, and his heart had its usual beating.
He had shooting pains and tingling of the limbs, dimness of vision, and quick, thready pulse.
There are no audacious flights on the thready airship; the journey is accomplished by modest stages.
The mouth and tongue become coated and swollen, the throat thickens and the voice sinks to a thready whisper.
It is ushered in by chills, elevation of the temperature; the pulse becomes rapid, thready, and imperceptible.
Insipid and thready when it's cooked, you know, and has to have a lot of salt and pepper and butter to make it go down at all.