The bush has plenty of buds but no flowers yet.
that sitcom star is still a bud, so all he needs right now are looks and personality Verb
The trees budded early this spring.
Recent Examples on the Web
But recent editorials in The People’s Daily—the Chinese Communist Party’s flagship publication—continued to call on China’s population to stick with its approach of staying vigilant and nipping outbreaks in the bud.
Sha Hua, WSJ, 18 Nov. 2022 The best way to nip signs of aging in the bud is by incorporating anti-aging products into your skincare regimen.
Sophie Dweck, Town & Country, 16 Nov. 2022 Nipped in the bud: The Ohio Supreme Court unanimously ruled Thursday that the Cleveland Botanical Garden’s hours, parking and admission fees do not violate an 1882 deed and land donation.
Jeremy Pelzer, cleveland, 21 Oct. 2022 As gossip swirls around you, nipping it in the bud might be difficult due to uncertainty and a lack of solid evidence on all sides.
Tarot Astrologers, Chicago Tribune, 20 Oct. 2022 Exfoliating, acne-fighting ingredients will nip it in the bud.
Sarah Madaus, SELF, 11 Oct. 2022 Conversely, nothing nips it in the bud like harsh rejection, especially for employees who are stepping out of their comfort zones.
Eugene Xiong, Forbes, 11 Oct. 2022 Many immunologists have argued that T cells could help lower the risk of developing severe disease, or potentially even reduce mild illnesses by nipping infections in the bud.
Ryan Cross, BostonGlobe.com, 7 Oct. 2022 Ninety percent of the charm of these movies is watching young love bud.
Kara Warner, Peoplemag, 22 Oct. 2022
In spring, the southern Appalachian forests are flooded with light (maples, oaks, and tulip trees are just beginning to bud) and wildflowers—buttercups and purple trilliums, toothworts and mayapples, the neat white radials of great chickweed.Outside Online, 5 Nov. 2018 On one end, the neural tube started to fold around day 6, on the other a tail began to bud.
Megan Molteni, STAT, 2 Aug. 2022 During the growing season, shoots will continue to bud along the trunk.oregonlive, 25 June 2022 The fuchsia magnolias begin to bud on the Champs-de-Mars....
Laura Manske, Forbes, 25 Apr. 2022 Thankfully, leaves have begun to bud and temperatures are rising.
Matt Koesters, The Enquirer, 22 Apr. 2022 Lincoln bud Norman Reedus gunning hard for a shot at playing Ghost Rider in the MCU.
Paul Tassi, Forbes, 15 Apr. 2022 In general, cold weather in spring delays bud break and warm weather accelerates it.
Beth Botts, chicagotribune.com, 13 Mar. 2022 Many crops and plants in the Southeast have started to bud because of warmer weather until now and the freezing cold temperatures — maybe record low — that are expected on the back end of this bomb cyclone can cause some serious damage, Cohen said.CBS News, 12 Mar. 2022 See More
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