burgeon (Meaning)

Wordnet

burgeon (v)

grow and flourish

Webster

burgeon (v. i.)

To bud. See Bourgeon.

burgeon Sentence Examples

  1. Springtime brings a flurry of activity as flowers burgeon from the earth.
  2. In the wake of economic reforms, new businesses began to burgeon across the country.
  3. The artist's talent continued to burgeon, captivating audiences with each new creation.
  4. With each passing year, the city's population continues to burgeon, leading to urban development challenges.
  5. As technology advances, opportunities for innovation burgeon in various fields.
  6. The community garden project has seen interest burgeon, with more volunteers joining each week.
  7. Despite initial setbacks, her confidence and skills began to burgeon as she persisted in her endeavors.
  8. The political movement started to burgeon as more people became disillusioned with the status quo.
  9. Cultural diversity began to burgeon in the neighborhood, enriching the local community.
  10. The conservation efforts have allowed wildlife populations to burgeon in the protected area.

FAQs About the word burgeon

grow and flourishTo bud. See Bourgeon.

swell,increase, expand, rise, accelerate, enlarge, multiply, spread, climb, accumulate

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

Springtime brings a flurry of activity as flowers burgeon from the earth.

In the wake of economic reforms, new businesses began to burgeon across the country.

The artist's talent continued to burgeon, captivating audiences with each new creation.

With each passing year, the city's population continues to burgeon, leading to urban development challenges.