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synonyms for pullulate

  • abound
  • bear
  • brim
  • bristle
  • burst
  • bustle
  • crawl
  • crowd
  • flow
  • grow
  • jam
  • overflow
  • overrun
  • pack
  • pour
  • produce
  • prosper
  • rain
  • shower
  • swarm
  • swell
  • be crawling with
  • be full of
  • be numerous
  • be plentiful
  • be prolific
  • burst at seams
  • pour out
  • roll in
  • superabound
  • swim in
  • wallow in
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antonyms for pullulate

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  • fail
  • lose
  • retreat
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How to use pullulate in a sentence

The parties too, that already began to pullulate, were not better satisfied with the issue of the Champ de Mai.
MEMOIRS OF THE PRIVATE LIFE, RETURN, AND REIGN OF NAPOLEON IN 1815, VOL. IIFLEURY DE CHABOULON.
They never pullulate in slums or stagnate in solid rural settlements.
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WORDS RELATED TO PULLULATE

  • burgeon
  • burst forth
  • develop
  • grow
  • pullulate
  • shoot
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