flourishing

[ flur-i-shing, fluhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF flourishing

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLOURISHING

They call me a beau and a buck, a slasher and dasher, and flourishing Phil.

I'll never call you flourishing Phil again, so don't be standing on pride.

I saw her several years afterwards with her husband, happy and flourishing.

He fell into ill-health, but when he died the business was left in a flourishing condition.

A large and flourishing city, named Thapsacus, stands on its banks.

They crowded right up to the very stakes, flourishing their broad knives.

Cousin Tom's two aunts were delighted to see him again, and in a state so flourishing.

He appeared right in front of us on the trail, flourishing a big stick.

The King pardoned them, and they all began living together and flourishing.

He saw him snatch a spade from a boy who was flourishing it in Lamb's face.

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