Definition of boomlet
: a small boom; specifically : a sudden increase in business activity a stock market boomlet
Examples of boomlet in a Sentence
A few years ago, the town enjoyed a nice boomlet, but since then times have been tough.
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The boomlet subsides, and Lake, as usual, is left with crowded schools, not enough parks and roads that don’t have a prayer of keeping up with growth.
The economic boomlet shows how far infrastructure stretches.
In this context, maybe the boomlet in fidget items reveals a collective hunger for the pleasures of mechanical motion and tactility.
More than two years after the state’s unprecedented oil bonanza fizzled, North Dakota is experiencing a sort of boomlet with an increase in drilling that has brought oil production back up to more than 1 million barrels daily.
By all indications, his boomlet has not gone to his head.
But last year’s development boomlet is still 18 percent slower vs. the average homebuilding pace of the previous 55 years.
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Definition of boomlet for English Language Learners
: a sudden and usually brief increase in business activity : a small boom
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