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burgeoning
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • On all sides, towering bookcases burgeoned with volumes.
  • The colossal stone interior burgeons with the remains of kings, statesmen, scientists, poets, and musicians.
  • Like a taunting silhouette emerging from the fog, the branches of Britain’s oldest apple tree burgeoned with five-petaled blossoms, all glistening like Venus.
  • Her entry arches burgeoned with carved cinquefoils.
  • Raising his eyes again to the Louvre, he sensed the huge wings of the museum enveloping himů hallways that burgeoned with the world’s finest art.

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  • She is entering the burgeoning field of alternative energy.
  • Government debt burgeons in an economic slowdown.

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