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budding

buh ding

  • n  reproduction of some unicellular organisms (such as yeasts) by growth and specialization followed by the separation by constriction of a part of the parent
  • v  develop buds
    The hibiscus is budding!
  • v  start to grow or develop
    a budding friendship
  • s  beginning to develop
    a budding genius

  • Briony Tallis, the intricate English girl at the center of Atonement, is a budding writer.
  • Not surprisingly, they became actively involved in the budding United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers Union.
  • GORDON GRANT ZUMA : Growing Famous Coulter in her hometown with budding journalists, who have produced their own paper.
News & Articles

  • Budding artist shows off talent
    Ashley Vining of Frisco is the winner of the Budding Artist Drawing Contest sponsored by Star Local Media and Calloway's Nursery.
    June 16, 2013 - The Celina Record
  • Browner: Like to wring Jim Harbaugh's neck
    Cornerback Brandon Browner added some more fuel to the fire in the budding rivalry between the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers.
    June 15, 2013 - ESPN
  • New Subduction Zone Forming Off Spain's Coast
    A budding subduction zone offshore of Spain heralds the start of a new cycle that will one day pull the Atlantic Ocean seafloor into the bowels of the Earth, a new study suggests.
    June 14, 2013 - LiveScience.com via Yahoo! News
Quotes

  • Pete Sessions in Hindu
    He has a budding record of success, having implemented sound, common sense business practices since he took office in 2007 and started rebuilding his great state,Sessions said.
  • Matthew Broderick in X17 Online (blog)
    Broderick says SJP is "worse than me on that," and that their 5-year-old-son, James Wilkie is "already curious. He'll see a cigarette butt and say, 'What is that? Why do people smoke?' I can just see the little budding gene of a smoker in...
  • Gurudas Dasgupta in Hindustan Times
    Stressing that the shorter Twenty20 version of cricket was not in the interest of the sport, Dasgupta said: "Cricket is being maligned in the country. Wrong message is given to the budding cricketers to join the Twenty20 and earn crores."...

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