Saturday, September 1, 2012


To thrive means to grow strong and healthy. (verb)
An example of to thrive is the growth of a successful vegetable garden.
"What a great season!  My tomato plants are thriving!"

To thrive means to be successful in managing business or money. (verb)
"Apple Corporation is doing very very well.  The company continues to thrive."
An example of to thrive is investing in a stock that makes lots of money.
Another example of to thrive is when a movement such as 'The Arab Spring' continues to get bigger. 
"The Arab Spring movement continues to spread across the Middle East. Experts expect this movement to thrive."

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(adj): Sacred, divine, blessed.

Holiday: a holy or festive day; a day off, vacation (also sacred)

Expressions: Holy Cow! Literally true in India.

Ex: Holly Mackerel! Delicious, healthy and full of mercury.

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