(v. i.) To be successful; to succeed; to be fortunate or prosperous; to thrive; to make gain.
(v. i.) To grow; to increase.
(1) To confront this evil – and defeat it, standing together for our values, for our security, for our prosperity.” Merkel gave a strong endorsement of Cameron’s reform strategy, saying that Britain’s demands were “not just understandable, but worthy of support”.
(2) The referendum shows that democracy really sucks – that democracy does not deliver stability, prosperity [or] responsible government,” Tsang said.
(3) There is a mutual interest in keeping prosperity that exists and has built over the years.” But Pisani-Ferry said Macron would certainly not seek to punish Britain.
(4) Kirkby is not a particularly prosperous town,” says Matt Donnelly, 27.
(5) Today we vote for reforms that will allow us to build a stronger Fifa so football can prosper in the long run and so the events of the last months will never happen again,” he added.
(6) "King Hamad understands that Bahrain cannot prosper if he rules by repression," the US ambassador reported in December 2009 .
(7) If Davos is a closed shop for the wealthy and powerful elites who caused today’s global inequality, it won’t come up with the answers needed for a more fair and prosperous future for all the world’s workers and their families.
(8) I want to spread prosperity to every corner of our country.
(9) Today, we have come to a broader and more nuanced understanding of this age-old imperative: how to better balance the development needs of a growing world population – so all may enjoy the fruits of prosperity and robust economic growth – with the necessity of conserving our planet's most precious resources: land, air and water.
(10) The Conservative peer and chancellor of the University of Oxford took the view – rightly – two decades ago that Hong Kong’s prosperity was underpinned by a free and plural society.
(11) "I look forward to working together for the future prosperity of my country," she was quoted as saying.
(12) These projects served the broader purpose of European integration, but they overlooked critical flaws in the architecture of monetary union that need to be decisively addressed so that the euro fulfils its promise of economic prosperity and prevents Europe from slipping even more into division and discontent.
(13) In his time away, Alwash had married an American, and prospered as a partner in a engineering company.
(14) I would say we need to make some difficult decisions and therefore austerity now and prosperity later."
(15) She added: This is about the European Union, in our neighbourhood actually working with the people and politicians in Ukraine to try and ensure a stable and prosperous future for all of them.
(16) I think that’s why 70% of the public now supports public ownership … the passengers pay a premium for privatisation.” For Cash, the short changing of passengers to benefit a few shareholders is symptomatic of the current regime – austerity for the many and prosperity for the few.
(17) Local unemployment is around 3.7% and Chorley, with its 300 farms and old families, is quietly prosperous.
(18) For those who believed that overthrowing communism would bring immediate prosperity and right the wrongs of the past, the fact that they were still poor while communist officials profited from the transition made it seem like the old order had not really been overthrown.
(19) The old divisions between rich and poor countries, the climate polluters of the past and the rising economies now spewing out carbon in their rush to prosperity, were wearing away, they said.
(20) We're all human beings, we all wish for prosperity, we all wish for better health for our children, better education for our children; for better standards of living and quality of life regardless of where we live, and that is really what unites us.
(a.) To thrive; to prosper.
(pron.) The objective case of thou. See Thou.
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(2) (£1.49) If you’re new to the charms of US children’s TV show Yo Gabba Gabba!, get thee to a cable channel (or, yes, YouTube) – it’s brilliant.
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(4) If you haven't seen the footage of the 22-year-old being chatted up by the veteran actor after she won the best actress Oscar, then get thee to YouTube immediately .
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(6) The speech starts, both literally and metaphorically, in the shadow of Lincoln (King spoke at the Lincoln Memorial), ends with a quote from a Negro spiritual, and in between quotes the song “My Country ’Tis of Thee” while evoking “a dream rooted in the American dream” and drawing references from the Bible and the Constitution.
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(8) Alan Clarke, economist at Scotia Bank, said the minutes showed that two or thee MPC members were eager to resume asset purchases very soon.
(9) Thatcher chose the hymns He Who Would Valiant Be, the Charles Wesley hymn Love Divine, All Loves Excelling, reflecting the influence of her Methodist upbringing, and the patriotic verse I Vow to Thee My Country.
(10) The wicker coffin, draped in the flags of Great Britain and Brazil and an Arsenal scarf, and accompanied by an escort of Hell's Angels and the London Dixieland jazz band playing Just a Closer Walk with Thee, arrived at Golders Green crematorium in the midst of rain and storm.
(11) We treated all our patients with erythromycin: in three weeks we obtained thee normalization of clinical patterns and X-ray findings in all cases.
(12) Be a feminist, we pray thee, Be a feminist, we pray thee.
(13) The Roman philosopher Marcus Aurelius Antoninus alerts us to easier resolutions of our daily diagnostic dilemmas: "Look within and let neither the peculiar quality of anything nor its value escape thee."
(14) That they had always known that thee advantage was theirs, a draw always likely to be sufficient unless South Korea did something extraordinary 420 kilometres away in São Paulo, did not diminish the joy.
(15) Among the women with positive reactions for chlamydial infection, in 52.8% thee pregnancy was pathological.
(16) Alex Crawford (@AlexCrawfordSky) #oscartrial Thee is much talk among media abt why Frank Chiziweni wasnt called by State.
(17) 1987 Labour's policy on arms Saatchi & Saatchi The ads targeted Labour's unilateral disarmament policy, and political broadcasts ended with a fluttering union flag, to the strains of I Vow to Thee My Country.
(18) Click here to watch skylark song video Poets and composers have long been mesmerised by the skylark's song, including Shelley, whose Ode to a Skylark opens with the unforgettable pronouncement: " Hail to thee, blithe spirit!
(19) I deliberately used archaic language for the chorus: "banish" rather than "drive out" and "we pray thee", a supplication not in the original.
(20) "What aroused my anxieties was within 12 or 18 months I conducted the funerals of thee children who died of leukaemia.