Examples of ballooning in a Sentence
She's always wanted to go ballooning.
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But the state is still running a $1.5 billion deficit this year, and Democrats are looking for more revenue to finance ballooning pension costs, which consume about a quarter of state spending.
My question: What is the plan? Republicans are presenting these cuts as inevitable necessities to tame a ballooning budget, even though the recent tax bill put a lot of the air into the balloon.
Amid a ballooning opioid crisis across the state, advocates in areas including Tampa and Palm Beach County want similar programs.
Now, with the reduction of a federal match that covered those enrollees, the state is calling on voters to decide how to pay for its ballooning Medicaid costs.
The layoffs, along with weak job growth and a ballooning supply of properties, are driving a drop in values that followed a post-financial crisis peak in the second quarter of 2014.
Hotel developers are slowing down new U.S. construction projects after years of rapid growth, a result of tighter lending conditions and a ballooning supply of rooms in large markets.
The goal is to rein in the ballooning cost of censuses, from $1.22 per person counted in 1970 to more than $42 in 2010.
Immigration experts say the ballooning number of people whose permits are expiring will likely take months to process, regardless of what solution Congress comes up with.
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First Known Use of ballooning
BALLOONING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ballooning for English Language Learners
: the activity or sport of riding in a hot air balloon
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