A lawyer and a doctor were on an extravagant fishing trip.
The lawyer said, "I am here because my house burned down and everything I owned was burned. The insurance company paid a mint for everything I lost."
"Now that’s quite a coincidence," said the doctor, "I’m here because my house and all my belongings were destroyed by a flood, and my insurance company also paid for everything."
The lawyer looked somewhat confused and said, "Really? How do you start a flood?"
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—n. (often foll. By of) crowd, esp. Of people. —v. - come in great numbers (crowds thronged to the stadium).
- flock into or crowd round; fill with or as with a crowd. [old english] THROVE
past of *thrive.
past part of *throw.
n. Any of various songbirds, esp. The song thrush and mistle thrush. [old english]
- n. - fungous disease, esp. Of children, affecting the mouth and throat. - similar disease of the vagina. [origin unknown] THRUST
—v. (past and past part. Thrust) 1 push with a sudden impulse or with force.
- (foll. By on) impose (a thing) forcibly; enforce acceptance of (a thing). - (foll. By at, through) pierce, stab; lunge suddenly. - make (one's way) forcibly. - (as thrusting adj.) Aggressive, ambitious. —n. - sudden or forcible push or lunge. - propulsive force produced by a jet or rocket engine. - strong attempt to penetrate an enemy's line or territory. - remark aimed at a person. - stress between the parts of an arch etc. - (often foll. By of) chief theme or gist of remarks etc. [old norse] THWACK
—v. Hit with a heavy blow. —n. Heavy blow. [imitative]
—v. Frustrate or foil (a person, plan, etc.). —n. Rower's seat. [old norse, = across]
n. Antiseptic obtained from oil of thyme.
n. (pl. Thymi) lymphoid organ situated in the neck of vertebrates. [greek]
n. Colloq. - heart.
- watch. - us = *tape machine 1.
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