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
CÉSarTHE-sahr (Spanish), SE-sahr (Latin American Spanish)French, Spanish, Portuguese
Salacia-Roman Mythology
LillieLIL-eeEnglish
Jaswinder-Indian (Sikh)
Yolondayo-LAHN-dəEnglish
ÅSeAW-se (Swedish)Danish, Norwegian, Swedish