burgeon definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to place forth brand-new buds, leaves, or greenery; sprout.
    • To begin to develop or blossom.
    • to develop or develop rapidly.
    • To bud. See bourgeon.
    • To put forth brand new buds, leaves, or greenery; sprout.
    • to begin with to grow or blossom.
    • to develop or develop quickly.
    • To bud. See bourgeon.
  • noun:
    • bud, sprout, shoot
    • A bud; a-sprout.
    • A boss useful for the address of a novel, to avoid injury to the binding. Usually written burgen.
    • bud, sprout, shoot
    • A bud; a-sprout.
    • A boss useful for the address of a book, to stop problems for the binding. Often written burgen.
  • verb:
    • To grow or increase.
    • To swell to the stage of bursting.
    • Of plants, to bloom, bud.
    • grow and flourish
    • To grow or expand.
    • To swell to the stage of bursting.
    • Of flowers, to bloom, bud.
    • grow and flourish
  • others:
    • To bud; sprout; help with new buds; shoot forth, as a branch.
    • To bud; sprout; put forth brand-new buds; shoot forth, as a branch.

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