Its authors speculate that kombucha “may be very healthful” in combating yeast infections, thrush, and other forms of candidiasis.
No, the thrush is not a migrant in the sense that the nightingale is or the turtle-dove.
A thrush sat in the hedge, and she was singing her morning song.
But she heard the chirrup of the sparrows, the call of thrush and blackbird, and far away the hymn of praise of the skylark.
No amount of hushing has any effect; you might just as well hush a blackbird or a thrush.
Judith awakened that morning with the song of the first thrush sounding in her ears.
He was talking with her in an English garden and a thrush was singing overhead.
The exquisite notes of the cardinal, then of a thrush, accompanied their voices.
The thrush sang his two syllables on the budding guelder-rose.
“Oh, it is where it always was, and where it always will be,” said the thrush.
type of songbird, Old English þyrsce (related to throstle), from Proto-Germanic *thruskjon (cf. Old Norse þröstr, Norwegian trost, Old High German drosca), from PIE *trozdo- (cf. Latin turdus, Lithuainian strazdas "thrush," Middle Irish truid, Welsh drudwy "starling," Old Church Slavonic drozgu, Russian drozdu).
throat disease, 1660s, probably from a Scandinavian source (cf. Norwegian, Danish trøske, Swedish torsk), but its roots and original meaning are unclear.
A contagious disease caused by a fungus, Candida albicans, that occurs most often in infants and children, characterized by small whitish eruptions on the mouth, throat, and tongue, and usually accompanied by fever, colic, and diarrhea.