bourgeon (Meaning)

Wordnet

bourgeon (v)

produce buds, branches, or germinate

Webster

bourgeon (v. i.)

To sprout; to put forth buds; to shoot forth, as a branch.

bourgeon Sentence Examples

  1. In spring, the trees bourgeon with fresh green leaves, signaling the arrival of new life.
  2. The young artist's talent began to bourgeon after years of practice and dedication.
  3. Economic opportunities bourgeon in burgeoning industries like technology and renewable energy.
  4. As the economy improves, small businesses are expected to bourgeon and thrive.
  5. Ideas began to bourgeon in her mind as she delved deeper into her research.
  6. The garden bourgeoned with vibrant flowers of various colors and sizes.
  7. With proper care and attention, friendships can bourgeon and grow stronger over time.
  8. The local music scene is bourgeoning, with new bands emerging regularly.
  9. Despite initial setbacks, her confidence and skills continued to bourgeon, leading to eventual success.
  10. The city's skyline is bourgeoning with skyscrapers as urban development accelerates.

FAQs About the word bourgeon

produce buds, branches, or germinateTo sprout; to put forth buds; to shoot forth, as a branch.

swell,increase, rise, expand, escalate, wax, accelerate, enlarge, roll up, spread

diminish, contract, lessen, recede,decrease, recede, decrease, lessen, contract, diminish

In spring, the trees bourgeon with fresh green leaves, signaling the arrival of new life.

The young artist's talent began to bourgeon after years of practice and dedication.

Economic opportunities bourgeon in burgeoning industries like technology and renewable energy.

As the economy improves, small businesses are expected to bourgeon and thrive.