Flourished [verb]

Definition of Flourished:

grow, prosper

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Sentence/Example of Flourished:

With an easy swing, cheery bonhomie, and understated brass and string flourishes, this could just about pass as some long lost Sinatra demo.

Mere symbolic gestures and rhetorical flourishes fall short of what is needed to support and sustain the work of people who risk their lives every day.

The most exuberant flourish about the show might have been the exclamation mark in the title.

I prayed for her before the temple, and unto the very end I will seek after her, and she flourished as a grape soon ripe.

Aristide was young, he loved flirtation, and flirtation flourished in the Avenue des Plantanes.

He flourished in one hand his red mask and in the other a pompon which he had extracted from his pocket.

It is now about three centuries since there flourished at Cremona its first great violin maker.

After Andrew, as great makers, come his two sons Antonius and Hieronymus, who flourished from 1550 to 1634.

He flourished his hat and was gone like a flash into the heavy rain and darkness of the December evening.

One small fellow proudly flourished the Stars and Stripes, which was the only foreign flag among the thousands in the procession.