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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of mushroom.

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Examples

  • She was known to have a say in the promotion of senior officials, and liked to be called "Hanem," or "Madam," as institutions and schools carrying her name mushroomed in recent years.

    Mubarak's wife in hospital after arrest

  • She was known to have a say in the promotion of senior officials, and liked to be called "Hanem," or "Madam," as institutions and schools carrying her name mushroomed in recent years.

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  • She was known to have a say in the promotion of senior officials and liked to be called Hanem, or Madam, as institutions and schools carrying her name mushroomed in recent years.

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  • Located in the lush and beautiful Clinch River Valley of eastern Tennessee, it "mushroomed" into a government "reservation" of 75,000 people living and working in the middle of nowhere so research and production of the atomic bomb could be hidden from the enemy fascists of Germany.

    The Oak Ridge Conundrum on War and Peace

  • Tuesday, Spoornet CEO Siyabonga Gama said informal settlements alongside rail lines had "mushroomed" over the past few years.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • A senior investigator in the latest series of rightwing prosecutions believes the most recent renaissance of rightwing religion in South Africa "mushroomed" from Kroonstad.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • From there it "mushroomed," Lora said, with a dozen couples making the hobby wine.

    Simi Valley Acorn

  • He also told me many stories of the earlier days of CG, and how everything kind of mushroomed from just a few small pockets of CG scattered across the country.

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  • The church's women's group wanted to help the family celebrate, and as they pooled all of their resources the event "mushroomed," said Gail Holcombe of Beaverdale, the wife of the church's pastor.

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  • The debt-resale market "mushroomed" from 2003 to 2007 as companies realized they could make extra money by selling their uncollected debts, said Rozanne Andersen, executive vice president of ACA International, the Minneapolis-based collection-industry trade group.

    ScrippsNews

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