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  1. Thrived

    of Thrive

  2. Thrived

    of Thrive

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of thrived in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of thrived in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of thrived in a Sentence

  1. Eric Trump:

    2019 was a fantastic year for our country and one of the best years in the history of Trump Organization, as shown in the President's Financial Disclosure Form released today, our businesses thrived with strong revenues while remaining underleveraged and maintaining very low levels of debt. Overall, our core businesses were up considerably year-over-year. We have an amazing company and I am very proud of what we accomplished in 2019.

  2. Los Angeles:

    Our economy thrived but our air did not. Like Beijing today, 60 years ago LA was fumed up from oil refineries, power plants, our steel and chemical plants.

  3. Chris Bryant:

    Seamus, an 18-year-old kid, traveling for the first time on his own, he thrived. He was great the entire weekend.

  4. The Heritage:

    ISIS, like Al Qaeda, has thrived in the failed states where there is a vacuum of power.

  5. Manda Forster:

    This is pretty much exactly when Aebbes monastery was in existence, originally built around A.D. 640, it is said to have burned down shortly after her death but was then rebuilt and thrived until it was destroyed once again by Viking raiders 200 years later.

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