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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthrustthrust1 /θrʌst/ ●●○ verb (past tense and past participle thrust)  1 PUSH[transitive always + adverb/preposition] to push something somewhere roughly She thrust a letter into my hand. He thrust me roughly towards the door.see thesaurus at put2 [intransitive]DSPUSH to make a sudden movement forward with a sword or knifethrust at He skipped aside as his opponent thrust at him. thrust something ↔ aside thrust something upon/on somebody→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
thrustClark thrust a paper sack across the counter and demanded money.Four fingers were thrust, gripping, through a gap between the planks of the door.He nervously thrust his hands into his pockets.The attacker now completes the turn and thrusts his right leg out towards his opponent.She smiled for Riven though, and that smile was like a sword blade thrust in his chest.His bowler hat is pushed way back on his head; his hands are thrust into his jacket.A sharp sad pain, almost pleasurable, thrust into me.An alligator head in profile juts up at the top, its darting red tongue thrusting out sideways.He thrust some money into my hand and told me to drive him to the airport.She thrust the bag into my hands. "Hide it, '' she hissed.She thrust the customary tip towards the croupier with a slip of paper wrapped around a plaque.Thrusting the gun back into its holster, the man grinned at the body lying on the floor.He thrust the knife deep into the animal's chest.