Sentence example with the word 'thrive'

thrive

advance, bloom, burst with energy, flower, grow, increase, overdevelop, progress, score, succeed, upspring

Definition v. grow vigorously

Last update: November 15, 2016

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Plants thrive in fertilized soil.   [noun]

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Now, the two cities thrive like termite nests.   [verb]

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One of the aims of the Project is to re-create suitable habitat to allow them to continue to thrive on the heath.   [verb]

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I know the peasant; he believes that his labors must be vain if you deprive him of the gods that make it thrive.   [verb]

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Under him the people thrived, and the land groaned with fatness of plenty.   [verb]

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Full to the bursting point with its victory, Germany thrived on a sentimental, patriotic literature, thereby poisoning the minds of the country's youth by the glory of conquest and bloodshed.   [verb]

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The child thrived, was weaned, and began to cut his teeth without any trouble to mention.   [verb]

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