From Planet X
- poplars thrusting their branches upward; thrust out his finger.
- She thrust herself through the crowd. He was thrust into a position of awesome responsibility.
- To include or interpolate improperly.
- To stab; pierce.
- To shove something into or at something else; push.
- To pierce or stab with or as if with a pointed weapon.
- To force one's way.
- A forceful shove or push.
- A driving force or pressure.
- The forward-directed force developed in a jet or rocket engine as a reaction to the high-velocity rearward ejection of exhaust gases.
- A piercing movement made with or as if with a pointed weapon; a stab.
- The whole thrust of the project was to make money.
- Outward or lateral stress in a structure, such as an arch.
- An attack or assault, especially by an armed force.