thriving[ thrahyv ]SEE DEFINITION OF thriving
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR THRIVING
Apropos, your little godson is thriving charmingly, but is a very deil.
But then the Mayor is a thriving man, and has a wife to look after him.
So that the ruler of the sea can get in supplies from a thriving district.
He left the park, and wandered into a thriving luncheonette.
Es-Salt is a populous and thriving town, the only one in all that country.
They were in the very dooryard of a thriving, deep-eaved farm-house.
Twenty miles from its mouth stands the thriving town of Saginaw.
The "biziness of making flowers" was a thriving one in Boston.
Come on, reader, now we have had our say, straight up to the thriving plantation of Esq.
The cattle are thriving; the fields are thick with corn, and soon they will be ripe for harvest.'