verb (used without object), thrived or throve [throhv], /θroʊv/, thrived or thriv·en [thriv-uhn], /ˈθrɪv ən/, thriv·ing.
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Origin of thrive
synonym study for thrive
OTHER WORDS FROM thrivethriver, nounthriv·ing·ly, adverbun·thriv·ing, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for thrive
This allows multiple species to thrive as a group, Herrick says.
Females naturally want to ensure that at least some of those young survive and thrive.Three love stories about birds that will delight your heart|Laura Erickson|November 6, 2020|Popular Science
If investors, CEOs, and C-suite leaders recognize the true economic weight of women as the “chief medical officers” of their families, we can build big businesses and a thriving health care system at the same time.Women are America’s most important health care customers. So why is the system designed by men?|jakemeth|November 5, 2020|Fortune
I realized it would be impossible for me to thrive, especially after I became a single mom, without the benefits of a workplace that values diversity and an inclusive culture.Valerie Jarrett: We need a President who understands the challenges of working women|jakemeth|November 2, 2020|Fortune
Luckily, Appelbaum’s workplace was not only willing to help its own employees, but it’s also their mission to help those with disabilities thrive in society.