adjective. ['θˈwɔrtəd, θˈwɔrtɪd'] disappointingly unsuccessful.
Rhymes with Thwarted
Sentences with thwarted
1. Verb, past participle
Victorious in war, Odysseus led his ships home, only to be thwarted by a storm.
Quotes about thwarted
1. Cynics are simply thwarted romantics.
- William Goldman, The Princess Bride
2. I warn you, Kelsey, that I’m an extremely patient man. I’ve had extensive practice in waiting out the enemy. My life as a tiger has taught me that attentive persistence and focused diligence always pay off. Consider yourself forewarned, priyatama. I’m on the hunt. I’ve caught your scent, and I won’t be thwarted in my course.
- Colleen Houck