Threste

(thrĕst)
v. t.1.To thrust.
[imp. Threste; p. p. Threst.]
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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And onone pai tuke pis Iew, his fadur, & threste hym in-to pe oven; and onone pe fire had made a nend on hym, so pat pai cuthe nowder fynd of hym bone nor lith.
And as sche wolde ouer pe (Clerk's T.: 232 presshewolde gon (Landsd.)) But right anon a thousand peple in (Doctor's T.: 260) thraste To saue the knyght He thurgh the thikkeste of the throng (Knt.'s T.: 1754) gan threste Ful many an hethen wroghtestow ful wo (Monk's T.: 403) The altitude of the Mone, or of (Astrol.