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Example Sentences for "thrust"


The picnic basket was hurriedly thrust into the back of the car, and we were offThe young boy thrust the note into the girl's hands, and walked quickly away.

The picnic basket was hurriedly thrust into the back of the car, and we were off.

The governor thrust his way into the crowd of supporters, smiling and shaking hands.

The policeman thrust his way through the crowd of demonstrators to where the leader was standing.

The crowd of workers thrust their fists into the air and let out a cheer.

The second part of the rocket carries the fuel which provides the thrust needed to get the rocket out of the Earth's orbit.

The main thrust of his argument is that religion and science are sometimes compatible.

Several different types of engines may be used to provide the thrust needed to get an airplane off the ground.

Reporters thrust their microphones into the governor's face as he came out of the building.

I disagree with the main thrust of his argument that only religion can instill proper values in our children.

The singer's younger brother was thrust into the spotlight after appearing on stage with her and playing a couple of his own songs.

The thrust of the film is the importance of meaning in sexual relationships.

As Shakespeare wrote, Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.

The athlete thrust his fist in the air, and yelled triumphantly.

In a rocket, thrust is periodically increased several times during take off by the ignition of a new stage.

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