Indeed he seemed to have thriven artistically since her desertion!
I hope all fear is over about him now; he has thriven wonderfully of late.'
That you have thriven, I know, and you must teach me the way.'
She seemed to have thriven on it, and to be immensely proud of her industrial career.
They had thriven finely—justified, as far as that went, Harriet's decision in favor of bottle feeding.
Different things had thriven, and in quite different fashion.
In no State of the Union have the religious orders taken deeper root or thriven better than in California.
In the mean time the Haldanes had thriven too, in their way.
I noticed the familiar names that have been transplanted and thriven everywhere.
The traders of Holland and Zeeland had thriven mightily by the war.
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.