- Can you start a sentence with the word throughout?
- How do you write throughout?
- What kind of word is throughout?
- Which is correct throughout or through out?
- What can I say instead of throughout?
- What can I say instead of throughout my life?
- What’s a word for makes you think?
- What does tranquility and serenity mean?
- What is the denotation of the word unique?
Can you start a sentence with the word throughout?
Throughout means in or during the entire time or part. An example of throughout used as an adverb is in the sentence, “He remained relaxed throughout the surgery,” which means that he was relaxed for the whole surgery, from start to finish.
How do you write throughout?
Throughout sentence example
- Throughout a difficult pregnancy, he had never raised his voice once.
- Fred’s mood remained somber throughout the meal.
- This happy condition has obtained throughout her life.
- There was no sound to be heard anywhere throughout the country.
What kind of word is throughout?
preposition. in or to every part of; everywhere in: They searched throughout the house.
Which is correct throughout or through out?
The difference between these two is alike to the one between a line and a plane in geometry. Throughout mainly covers the whole area of distance or time, while through typically follows a straight line within that area. The ‘out’ throughout can be a way to remember the difference.
What can I say instead of throughout?
other words for throughout
- far and wide.
What can I say instead of throughout my life?
|5||»course of my life exp.|
|3||»your whole life exp.|
|3||»all your life exp.|
|3||»during my life exp.|
|3||»everything to me exp.|
What’s a word for makes you think?
Some common synonyms of ponder are meditate, muse, and ruminate.
What does tranquility and serenity mean?
As nouns the difference between tranquillity and serenity is that tranquillity is the state of being tranquil while serenity is the state of being serene; calmness; peacefulness.
What is the denotation of the word unique?
existing as the only one or as the sole example; single; solitary in type or characteristics: a unique copy of an ancient manuscript. having no like or equal; unparalleled; incomparable: Bach was unique in his handling of counterpoint.