English words and Examples of Usage

use "thrust" in a sentence

His untimely death thrust 23-year-old Alexander into the limelight.

He thrust himself into the road, and a car stopped just shy of his leg.

She was thrust into Ferguson, and now is in the middle of Baltimore."

A year later he was thrust into the spotlight as the manager of the Dutch national team.

The magnetic field accelerates the plasma to speeds of up to 35,000 mph, generating thrust.

BE-4 uses liquid oxygen and liquefied natural gas (LNG) and can produce 550,000 lbf of thrust.

Without hesitation, the pope opened the cage door, thrust a hand inside and extracted one dove.

It thrust the topic of abortion into the discussion during the September election campaign.

And this has been the general thrust of countless listeners' letters which reach the Amharic desk.

Such engines are more efficient because they require less jet thrust to propel them through the air.

Unlike his two rivals for power, he seems almost ambivalent to the cut and thrust of politics.

The engine is capable of multiple firings and thrust control in two planes.

In a rocket, thrust is periodically increased several times during take off by the ignition of a new stage. thunder

As Shakespeare wrote, "Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them."

Several different types of engines may be used to provide the thrust needed to get an airplane off the ground.

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