budding in a sentence
Example sentences for budding
All are valid arguments for supporting budding industries in developing countries.
Its down is grey, its feet fleshy and pink, and its budding flippers are soft as felt.
And digital video seems to have made the whole process of filmmaking easier for budding auteurs.
There are many words of encouragement and advice that you can give to a budding entrepreneur.
But some new urbanists and a small coterie of architects formed a budding movement to think smaller.
It wants strict controls on the budding field of nanotechnology.
But a budding entrepreneur with no family or political connections might as well give up.
Snap-together construction and detailed diagrams make them suitable for both budding engineers and the technologically challenged.
These budding babies suggest companionship with all sorts of seasonal dishes.
It's the latest installment in a soap opera that threatens to overshadow the budding sport.
Events have since evolved into a budding insurrection.
The coconut bread budding is a sweet, dense dessert.
Demand for such computational power is expected to grow rapidly as the budding field of bioinformatics takes off.
It must stand ready to quickly raise it to suppress any budding inflation.
Back-of-the-book activities offer hands-on fun for budding astronomers.
Through the budding trees they spied a flood of cars and people, all pushing their way westward out of the city.
For a generation of budding cinephiles, that settled it.
Klamath also has a budding singletrack network for mountain bikers and hikers.
Talk to any budding entrepreneur and you soon discover, too, that local cultures matter.
Budding beach volleyball stars will soon be able to play the sport in college.
You've weathered well, have had a great career and inspired countless budding writers and students to put pen to paper.
Budding artists can put their energies into communicating ideas rather than learning to control the technology.
So any budding geologists out there, don't worry, geology jobs may not be in danger.
Han is merely exhibiting the insight of a budding paleontologist.
The winners also include several budding photojournalists, whose works show a keen sense of space, time and use of light.
Fair seasons, budding sprays, sweet-smelling flowers.
Reason is far from the only option for a budding bedroom studio whiz.
But the budding entrepreneurs wondered what they would do if the police turned up.
Especially since this book is likely to foster the curiosity of budding scientists, this is a drawback.
Postcollege internships have become the short-term fix, but they require sacrifices from budding adults.
Some are budding musicians, others enjoy martial arts.
Their budding attraction to a pair of cute boys is threatened when they get mixed up with bad guys who are stealing antiques.
Driving into the blossoming pale-green hills, she found the budding fruitless trees difficult to identify.
Comparing budding technologies to fully developed ones is unfair, and above all misleading.
In that moment, one budding political career leapt forward while another was damaged, perhaps fatally.
Presumably economic incentives work on budding and established novelists as on anyone else.
Sometimes common interests are the key to a budding relationship.
The budding scientist learned that animal biology required too much killing for his taste.
But companies often want to teach their budding leaders themselves.
Overall, though, it is a fascinating read and a must-have for botanists and budding mystery writers.
Moment of green shoots and budding flowers, promising peace and plenitude.