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On the cracked veranda, her intensive care, the newest babies fail to thrive.
But Walters—who sees the show as her legacy and wants it to thrive—was enthusiastic.
It would seem we require this rather small envelope of climate stability to thrive.
Often these ferns seem to be all that can thrive in amongst the stones.
In cool rooms, not above 60 to 65 degrees by day, they thrive.
And lucky that she does, for men can not thrive in America without pie.
The common practice is to keep them under hand-glasses, but they will thrive better under a reed fence, placed sloping over them.
Fruit-trees will not thrive; but black and red currants and rhubarb are grown, the last-named doing excellently.
c.1200, from Old Norse þrifask "to thrive," originally "grasp to oneself," probably from Old Norse þrifa "to clutch, grasp, grip" (cf. Swedish trifvas, Danish trives "to thrive, flourish"), of unknown origin. Related: Thrived; thriving.