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  • n. Plural form of burgeoning.

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Examples

  • Throbbing bass viols of roaring vernal winds, diapasons of waterfall and torrents — these had been flames of emerald; flaming trumpetings of desire that had been great streamers of scarlet — rose flames that had dissolved into echoes of fulfillment; diamond burgeonings that melted into silver symphonies like mist entangled Pleiades transmuted into melodies; chameleon harmonies to which the strange suns danced.

    The Metal Monster

  • The death of the sustainable agriculture movement and its twin, the alternative health movement While we are assuming the millions of burgeonings of awareness and interest in sustainable and alternative health will continue to grow and come together into a better world, other plans are being laid, right now, that are capable of destroying both in a second.

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    The death of the sustainable agriculture movement and its twin, the alternative health movement

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