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Definition of "thrusting" []

  • Ambitious and having great drive (adjective)
  • Present participle of thrust. (verb)

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  • The motion by which someone or something thrusts. (noun)

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Use "thrusting" in a sentence
  • "She specially disliked what she called thrusting unpopular subjects on people's attention."
  • "The black ground reached for me, cracked with green filaments thrusting from the voids."
  • "Best case: Lee continues to do what has workedso well in thrusting him from dark horse to Crystal's top rival: pick smart songs (not too worn-out, suitable for his limited range), sing more confidently, act humble and get those seemingly guaranteed unanimous raves from the judges."