flourish


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Synonyms for flourish

to grow rapidly and luxuriantly

to do or fare well

to be in one's prime

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to wield boldly and dramatically

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a showy gesture

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an ornamental embellishment in writing

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a display of ornamental speech or language

the act of waving

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(music) a short lively tune played on brass instruments

grow vigorously

make steady progress

move or swing back and forth

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11) I say either "friendship or knowledge" because it's possible that some people with Asperger's syndrome are sufficiently different from the rest of us that they can flourish without friends or, at least, without intimate friends.
Prior to the approval, the US FDA reviewed data for the Flourish device through the humanitarian device exemption (HDE) process.
Since the flourishing of the immediately preceding generation hangs on a flourishing afterlife, it cannot flourish either.
Flourish Bakery in Tottenham, North London has built a first-class reputation across the capital's five-star hotels, gourmet food shops and top quality restaurants for its speciality breads, continental breads, morning goods and pastries, since it was established six years ago.
The only way to turn this around is to shore up the local Catholic communities--that is, parishes--necessary to create the kind of separate cultural space in which a communally-oriented faith could flourish.
A divine being that values that all humans flourish is necessary to ground the value of all human lives.
This sulfide usually changes into a benign sulfate salt when the dissolved gas encounters oxygen to flourish at an underwater boundary called a chemocline.
It was also technologically very advanced, both in its ability to carve elaborate buildings OUt of cliffs and to engineer a water system that allowed a city full of gardens to flourish in the middle of a desert.
At times, the flourish over the city of towers and spires, domes, cupolas and pinnacles has an insubstantial visionary quality, seeming detached from the sturdy fabric beneath.
This sound governance creates the environment in which businesses large and small, international or domestic, can flourish.
Once the shortcomings of procreative liberty as the dominant framework in ethical discourse on assisted reproduction become obvious, so does the need for a more fulsome and nuanced framework, one that begins with the moral significance of the relationship between parents and children, the values at the heart of that relationship, and the ways in which people flourish, or shrivel--physically, emotionally, and morally.
Hunke simply wishes to relate the stories of individuals and churches, associations and conventions, to demonstrate how the SBC came to flourish in the Intermountain West.
The oddity of this omission is, however, that it masks the extent to which magical beliefs have in fact survived and continue to flourish in our own day.
Though democracy is not to be found everywhere in the world of Islam - indeed, out and out opponents of it are sometimes to be found, as in Saudi Arabia - it does sometimes flourish.