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Definition of "thrived" []

  • To grow strongly and vigorously (verb)
  • To do well; prosper (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of thrive. (verb)

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Use "thrived" in a sentence
  • "For the first time in many years, Aquaman returned to his roots as a sort of undersea sheriff, and the title thrived, briefly."
  • ""It says that this place, where so many people thrived, is still sitting there like a barren wasteland, and we can change that.""
  • "Their words are clear, and sometimes their eyes: Making history, where terror once thrived, is not easy work."