/ (θɑː) /
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a rare goatlike antelope (Capricornis thar) of mountainous regions of S AsiaAlso called: Himalayan serow
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Word Origin for thar
from Nepali thār
Words nearby thar
thank-you, thank-you-ma'am, Thant, thanx, Thapsus, thar, Thar Desert, Tharp, Tharsis, Thasos, that
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How to use thar in a sentence
They're up every mornin' uv thar lives long afore daylight, a feedin' their stock, an' gittin' ready fur the day's work.
"Thet ain't nuther here nor thar in what we air sayin'," persisted Aunt Ri.
He tolt me thar couldn't nobody git up thar whar they'd gone; no white folks, I mean.
Thar couldn't nothin' kill her, short er wild beasts, ef she hed ther baby 'n her arms!
T least, thet's all I think 't wuz; though thar wuz those thet said 't wuz Claiborne's ghost.