More than anything, a shot at working and thriving in a growing economy.
My children are happy and thriving and healthy and gorgeous.
Thanks in part to his efforts, peanuts became a vital crop, and a thriving industry.
The disease is now stable (though not eradicated), and Carr is not only surviving but thriving.
That a government run by the formerly oppressed can be vital, thriving, strong.
Never was the trade in slaves between States so thriving as during the winter of 1860.
So that the ruler of the sea can get in supplies from a thriving district.
At this time the village numbered about 250 inhabitants with a populous community of thriving farmers surrounding it.
He left the park, and wandered into a thriving luncheonette.
Weekly washing with soap and a brush adds wonderfully to the thriving condition of a hog.
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.