What is another word for burgeoned?

Pronunciation: [bˈɜːd͡ʒənd] (IPA)

"Burgeoned" is a verb that describes the rapid growth or rapid development of something. There are several synonyms for this word, including "flourished," "blossomed," "prospered," "boomed," "expanded," "swelled," "increased," and "surged." These words are often used to describe the growth of business, creativity, ideas, or even population. For instance, the city's population burgeoned due to the influx of immigrants. Similarly, the business flourished remarkably last quarter due to the increased sales. Whether used in writing or conversation, the use of synonyms adds depth and variation to the language, making it more interesting to read or hear.

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What are the hypernyms for Burgeoned?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Burgeoned

Neurological responses burgeoned and bifurcated within him.
"Corpus of a Siam Mosquito"
Steven Sills
Now it was, however, for the new book, started ambitiously enough as a sort of brief record of her daily moods-she had so much time now that she saw less of Geoffrey Alison-gradually burgeoned into something even more colossal.
"Helena Brett's Career"
Desmond Coke
The cities have burgeoned by stealing the farm population.
Nakashima, Tadashi

Famous quotes with Burgeoned

  • On a fair morning the mountain invited you to get down and roll in its new grass and flowers (your less inhibited horse did just this if you failed to keep a tight rein). Every living thing sang, chirped, and burgeoned. Massive pines and firs, storm-tossed these many months, soaked up the sun in towering dignity. Tassel-eared squirrels, poker-faced but exuding emotion with voice and tail, told you insistently what your already knew full well: that never had there been so rare a day, or so rich a solitude to spend it in.
    Aldo Leopold

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