Definition of budding
: being in an early stage of development budding novelists
Examples of budding in a Sentence
her budding career as a lawyer
the budding romance between the coworkers was the talk of the office
Recent Examples of budding from the Web
The pair went off and wrote songs for a budding side project together.
And the budding relationship with Charlotte proves tricky.
But this month, the budding actor got his own Vanity Fair profile and photo shoot, for which he was gussied up like James Dean in a Tom Ford white tee and Armani trousers, posing at various L.A. sites like Chateau Marmont.
What’s more, cuts to federal investment in basic research sends a message to young people about the value that the nation places on the scientific process and could drive budding scientists into other careers, says Holdren.
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That didn't deter their budding friendship, however.
The California Republican Party has begun to put some serious money into the budding effort to oust state Sen. Josh Newman, D-Fullerton.
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First Known Use of budding
BUDDING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of budding for English Language Learners
: beginning to develop
: beginning to become successful
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