- force (molten rock) into pre-existing rock
- verbal criticism
"he enlivened his editorials with barbed thrusts at politicians"
- He thrust me aside.
- The policeman thrust me aside.
- He thrust the money into his pocket.
- I thrust my hand into my pocket.
- Don't thrust your knife into the cheese.
- I thrust my way through the crowd.
- He thrust some coins into my pocket.
- He thrust the door open and marched in.
- The boy thrust the coin into his pocket.
- A bunch of people thrust their way toward the rear exit.
- The people on board thrust their way toward the rear exit.
- Most of these who are thrust into combat soon find it impossible to maintain the mythic perception of war.
- The front-roller thrust angle is 2 degrees, probably there were plans to strengthen that angle a little when racing.
- The plump young woman thrust the heel of her stiletto into my big toe under the pretence that I had been too forceful.
- Before Kate was married last year, some expressed concerns that as she was born a commoner, she would struggle with the pressure of being thrust into the public eye.