Noun(1) the force used in pushing(2) a strong blow with a knife or other sharp pointed instrument(3) the act of applying force to propel something(4) verbal criticism(5) a sharp hand gesture (resembling a blow
Verb(1) push forcefully(2) press or force(3) make a thrusting forward movement(4) impose urgently, importunately, or inexorably(5) penetrate or cut through with a sharp instrument(6) force (molten rock(7) push upward(8) place or put with great energy
(1) A solar-powered ion engine could therefore not compete with the large thrust of a chemical rocket.(2) So how does such a creative, quietly self-possessing group of young men handle the fame and fortune that has so suddenly been thrust upon them this year?(3) The survey gives a valuable insight into the investigative process, and supports the general thrust of the book.(4) He leaped; a powerful thrust of his wings bore him away from his assailant.(5) Yes, the motives of fame and posterity are there, but the main thrust of their reasoning is that they want to stay alive.(6) The burn marks at the site did not indicate sufficient thrust to lift a large vehicle, according to Hynek.(7) It was only through the abdication of Edward VIII in 1936, that, suddenly, she was thrust into the limelight, and became our Queen.(8) The thrust of any development initiative should be to stimulate the thinking process of the people and enable them to voice their views openly.(9) Care must be taken not to thrust their dreams on the children.(10) It nearly broke his heart when he heard her cry out in pain as the joint was put back into place by a powerful thrust by his palm.(11) Again I can state my conclusions relatively briefly, since here too I accept the main thrust of Miss Lieven's submissions.(12) The main thrust of the Green's message yesterday was that a vote against the Treaty was not a vote against enlargement.(13) She closed her eyes for a moment, and thrust her way through the barriers of his mind.(14) Andris jerked back from the sudden thrust of the blade, but he'd been just a little slow.(15) Sidestepping to the left will cause your character to slash in a spinning arc, while rolling forward and attacking initiates a lunging thrust .(16) But with enough rocket thrust and the correct positioning, you come back to earth.
(1) to thrust :: vyolans
1. shove ::
2. advance ::
3. force ::
4. gist ::
5. poke ::
6. driving force ::
7. push ::
8. stab ::
9. shove ::
10. force ::
11. push ::
13. squeeze ::
14. throw ::
15. hurl ::
16. pierce ::
1. decline ::
2. descend ::
3. dip ::
4. drop ::
5. plunge ::
Different Formsthrust, thrusting, thrusts
Word Example from TV Shows
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Too much wine, missed my THRUST.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7
He THRUST a terrible choice upon us.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 1
I'll bet that THRUST through the Mad
King's back was pretty as a picture.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 4
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