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The baby had thrived; as placid, laughing a little thing as if its mother had never known sorrow.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
The money went into the pockets of the Admiralty clerks and paymasters, who thrived on wholesale and shameless peculation.
Little Susy and her father thrived on London life, but after a time it wore on Mrs. Clemens.
He thrived and grew to manhood and he is now living, sixty-nine years of age, in California.
His house had not thrived, and his only child, a little girl, was left altogether without provision.
LA MERE BAUCHEANTHONY TROLLOPE
Nevertheless, for all that, England never thrived at watchmaking as did France, Switzerland and our own nation.
Some of these were not, to be sure, successful; but as a whole the business thrived wonderfully.
The nations cited by Winona that had thrived and grown strong on the produce of the fields left him unimpressed.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
For aught men knew to the contrary, he thrived like the proverbial lily of the field, without the need of toiling or spinning.
IN FRIENDSHIP'S GUISEWM. MURRAY GRAYDON
All thrived exceedingly well considering the amount of food eaten.

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