from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See thrift.


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  • She thought of the nodding pink blossoms of sea-thrift, on the rocks where Tommy Cameron had showed her the seals playing, two years before; she wondered whether Tommy would recognize her now that her hair was cut short, and whether he would find Jessup weird now that his passion for computers had grown even more extreme.

    The Boggart and The Monster

  • But above the tender sea-thrift, but beyond the flowering fern,

    The Poems of Henry Kendall With Biographical Note by Bertram Stevens


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