thrust out

  1. push to thrust outward
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How To Use thrust out In A Sentence

  • They were now, without any accusation, thrust out of their house.
  • A ray of sunlight thrust out through the clouds.
  • The sailors at the fore and mizzen had come down; the line tubs were fixed in their places; the cranes were thrust out; the mainyard was backed, and the three boats swung over the sea like three samphire baskets over high cliffs. Moby Dick; or the Whale
  • Then Buondelmonte thrust out straight and sure, in the Italian fashion, and once the mortal wound was in the face, and once in the throat, and many times men felt it in their breasts through mail and gambison and bone. Via Crucis
  • It carried its little Ôswag’ on its back, and thrust out its head from a sockety head like that of a tortoise.
  • Concerning this poor “student in the mathematickes” Prickett testified before the court: “Thomas Widowes was thrust out of the ship into the shallop, but whether he willed them take his keys and share his goods, to save his life, this examinate knoweth not.” Henry Hudson
  • Before long he was huffing and puffing, his dark neck thrust out at a sharp angle.
  • Brian grinned cruelly and ran at him with his sword thrust out like a jouster.
  • He got from me the deceased mollah bashi’s under garment, his caba, or coat, his Cashmerian girdle, and his outward cloak, made of a dark green broad cloth; and I, in return, received his old clothes, which had been torn on his person the day he had been thrust out of Tehran. The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan
  • [Sidenote: Strife betwixt the prelates for preheminence.] and his chapleine (whom he appointed [15] to beare his crosse before him at his entrance into the kings chappell) was contemptuouslie and violentlie thrust out of the doores with crosse and all by the fréends of the archbishop of Canturburie. Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (3 of 12) Henrie I.
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