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1. She burgeoned into a fine actress.
2. The city has burgeoned out into the surrounding suburbs.
3. Our company's business is burgeoning now.
4. My confidence began to burgeon later in life.
5. But with a burgeoning economy and accompanying growth, the state expects to use its entire allotment by 2034.
6. Love burgeoned between them.
7. The main beneficiaries of those expanded horizons and burgeoning creative confidence were just those younger composers who are now busy writing operas.
8. Willows have burgeoned out.
9. For a start, there's his burgeoning empire in designer clothes.
10. Amused by her burgeoning vanity, she dawdled over the unpacking to give Mrs Wallington plenty of unencumbered time with her son.
11. The stunned pair made a bid for the burgeoning television market.
12. The burgeoning air transport industry is presenting huge opportunities for enterprise.
13. Willows have burgeoned forth.
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16. The wheat has burgeoned forth.
17. The result has been a burgeoning budget surplus.
18. Easy Rider had not yet burgeoned when he cast Nicholson to co-star alongside Barbra Streisand.
19. The hedgerows had begun to burgeon with violets, primroses, wild garlic and early pink campion.
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20. Plants burgeon from every available space.
21. Seeds begin to burgeon at the commencement of spring.
22. In the spring, the plants that burgeon are a promise of beauty that is to come.
23. We hope that the festival will burgeon out slowly but steadily.
24. Here, Nicholson extended the range of pharmaceuticals and added fine chemicals for use in the burgeoning dyeing and photographic industries.
25. The Cupertino computer maker is not alone in the burgeoning field, however.
26. Creativity is like a journey, we are experiencing sown, burgeon and land on wonderful destination.
27. Just like an excellent work of art, a good advertisement must be rooted in the soil of the national culture so that it will burgeon forth.
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