up-and-coming

[ uhp-uh n-kuhm-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF up-and-coming
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I was all for taking her in because she is so gol darned pretty and up-and-coming.

Honey, I didn't mean——You were the only up-and-coming person in the bunch.

No, hes got something better; hes got an up-and-coming wife who works just as hard as Zeph—looks.

You would think an up-and-coming scientific man would want a hospital at one elbow and a morgue at the other.

This up-and-coming station on the route which binds Numidia with Africa is possessed of a remarkable source of fresh-water supply.

There's an up-and-coming lad, he thought, not quite two vargs old and two heads already.

And these individuals might be willing to invest some of their capital in some up-and-coming young businessmen, young politicians.

Her mother was a handsome woman, though she had an up-and-coming kind of way with her.

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