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Threshold – 1. The entrance to a building or room 2. The point at which a situation changes

(Pronounced thresh-hold)

I'd been thrashed on my bare flesh, so my friends took hold (threshold) of me and rushed me through the entrance to the hospital. From that point onwards, I knew I would be ok.

I'd been thrashed on my bare flesh, so my friends took hold (threshold) of me and rushed me through the entrance to the hospital. From that point onwards, I knew I would be ok.

 

Examples of threshold in a sentence (the entrance to a building or room)

My new husband carried me across the threshold of our hotel room after our wedding.

The vampire couldn't cross the threshold unless invited in.

He caught his foot on the threshold and fell over, landing in a heap on the floor.

 

Examples of threshold in a sentence (the point at which a situation changes)

She was on the threshold of an amazing new career.

If he loses his job, Karl will soon be at the threshold of bankruptcy.

His high pain threshold made him an ideal stuntman.

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