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thrustful

adjective thrust·ful \ˈthrəst-fəl\

Definition of THRUSTFUL

British
:  characterized by thrust :  aggressive <thrustful young man on the make — Current Literature>

First Known Use of THRUSTFUL

1909

Rhymes with THRUSTFUL

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