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The leaves burgeon on the branches in the serial order that gives to each its share of sun and rain.
MY FRIENDS AT BROOK FARMJOHN VAN DER ZEE SEARS
Then the tree began to bud and burgeon with gifts, and the rare glories of colour crept in upon the snows of winter.
THE ART OF ENTERTAININGM. E. W. SHERWOOD
Her heart expanded, her soul seemed to burgeon and to bloom.
BASIL EVERMANELSIE SINGMASTER
Ale in a Saxon rumkin then, makes valor burgeon in tall men.
THE WORKS OF CHARLES LAMB IN FOUR VOLUMES, VOLUME 4CHARLES LAMB
Unless a writer feels free, things will not come to him, he cannot burgeon on any subject whatsoever.
GUIDE TO LIFE AND LITERATURE OF THE SOUTHWESTJ. FRANK DOBIE
I looked down, cursing myself that I had dared to suspect she could burgeon only in the affluence of satins.
THE PORTAL OF DREAMSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
As I drained the glass now, new life seemed to burgeon within me.
RIGHT HO, JEEVESP. G. WODEHOUSE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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