As an adjective thorough
is painstaking and careful not to miss or omit any detail.
As a preposition thorough
is (obsolete) through.
As a noun thorough
is (uk|dialect) a furrow between two ridges, to drain off the surface water.
As a proper noun goode is
painstaking and careful not to miss or omit any detail
- The Prime Minister announced a thorough investigation into the death of a father of two in police custody.
- He is the most thorough worker I have ever seen.
utter; complete; absolute
- The infested house needs a thorough cleansing before it will be inhabitable.
- It is a thorough pleasure to see him beg for mercy.
A disyllabic form of (etyl) .
* , II.xii:
* 1599 , , V. i. 109:
- Ye might haue seene the frothy billowes fry / Vnder the ship, as thorough them she went [...].
- You are contented to be led in triumph / Thorough the streets of Rome?
(UK, dialect) A furrow between two ridges, to drain off the surface water.