thrust up through



thrust up through something

to stick or stab upward through something. The tallest of the trees thrust up through the canopy of leaves far overhead. We heard a ripping sound and saw the tent pole thrust up through the top of the tent.
See also: thrust, up

Common Names:

NameGenderPronouncedUsage
Traherne-Welsh
Grozdan-Bulgarian, Macedonian
Elisabete-LEE-sah-bet (Swedish, Norwegian), E-lee-sah-bet (Finnish)Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Spanish, Biblical Greek
Aishah-Arabic, Malay
Zubin-Persian
Maia (3)-Basque