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Synonyms for thrust

shove

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stab

stab

push

momentum

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throw up

thrust something upon someone

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Synonyms for thrust

to force to move or advance with or as if with blows or pressure

to cause to penetrate with force

to cause to stick out

an act or instance of using force so as to propel ahead

the thread or current of thought uniting or occurring in all the elements of a text or discourse

Synonyms for thrust

the force used in pushing

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a strong blow with a knife or other sharp pointed instrument

the act of applying force to propel something

verbal criticism

a sharp hand gesture (resembling a blow)

press or force

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make a thrusting forward movement

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impose urgently, importunately, or inexorably

penetrate or cut through with a sharp instrument

force (molten rock) into pre-existing rock

push upward

place or put with great energy

References in classic literature ?
Does it not argue a superintending Providence that, while viewless and unexpected events thrust themselves continually athwart our path, there should still be regularity enough in mortal life to render foresight even partially available?
Here the witch thrust her wrinkled face close to the puppet's, chuckling irrepressibly, and fidgeting all through her system, with delight at the idea which she meant to communicate.
Put but a bold face on the matter, sigh, smile, flourish thy hat, thrust forth thy leg like a dancing-master, put thy right hand to the left side of thy waistcoat, and pretty Polly Gookin is thine own
For thou hast a feather in thy hat, and I have thrust a handful of feathers into the hollow of thy head, and thy wig, too, is of the fashion they call Feathertop,--so be Feathertop thy name
Gladly would poor Master Gookin have thrust his dangerous guest into the street; but there was a constraint and terror within him.
Did yonder sniffling hypocrite thrust my darling from his door?
While thus muttering, the witch had filled a fresh pipe of tobacco, and held the stem between her fingers, as doubtful whether to thrust it into her own mouth or Feathertop's.
One man, whom John Harned had thrust through the belly with the bayonet, clutched at himself with both his hands and screamed.
The physician advanced directly in front of his patient, laid his hand upon his bosom, and thrust aside the vestment, that hitherto had always covered it even from the professional eye.
My enemy had recovered from his thrust and was making it extremely interesting for me, so I reluctantly gave my attention to the work in hand, but my mind was not upon the battle.
We rushed each other furiously time after time, 'til suddenly, feeling the sharp point of his sword at my breast in a thrust I could neither parry nor escape, I threw myself upon him with outstretched sword and with all the weight of my body, determined that I would not die alone if I could prevent it.
This was battle a struggle against the hand that seized and shook him and thrust him away.
Triumph Precision Components will deliver the first components in 2019 following a two-year development period in which Triumph Integrated Systems will perform structural tests for the thrust link components.
Main Boundary Thrust (MBT), Samana Suk Formation of Jurassic age has been thrusted over the Miocene Murree Formation.
While some manufacturers claim to meet the "intent" of API 610, Siemens VSS motors completely fulfill the requirements, including low vibration, dimensions and tolerances, thrust bearing type and location, and combined thrust capacity and bearing life at 25,000 continuous operation hours, according to the company.