a line or string that links together actual items, episodes, or thoughts, collectively, and carries the theme along with it.
Examples : thread of our poor human affairs; of argumentation, 1774; of comforts, 1719; of history, 1736; of delicious melody, 1879; of patience, 1670; of rain, 1593; of sand, 1674; of truth, 1836; of his verbosity, 1588.
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