But I'm not the woman to see ye disappointed, and I think if ye'll try me, I'll thraw ye myself.'
Between three and thirteen, thraw the woodie when it's green.
So I spoke up and said the peasantry pronounced the word three, not thraw.
My opponent could not thraw me, as 'ee have seen, and I couldn't thraw 'im.
That corpses might begin to “thraw,” if carelessly watched, was a prevalent superstition.
Nowt o' me's zo zmall as can thraw to heaven through tha straight and narrer way.
Sit down an thraw aff your dirty claes, an tell us what ye hae seen the night.
And what will ye do, if I carena to thraw the keys, or draw the bolts, or open the grate to sic a clamjamfrie?