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thriving

[ thrahy-ving ]
/ ˈθraɪ vɪŋ /
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adjective
prospering or doing well; highly successful: The Arts Commission plans to expand its thriving ArtSmart program into all 21 of the city’s elementary schools.
growing or developing vigorously; flourishing: When I worked on her farm ten years ago there was still a thriving goat herd, but she’s been unable to keep it up on her own.
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Origin of thriving

OTHER WORDS FROM thriving

thriv·ing·ly, adverbun·thriv·ing, adjective
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