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Adjective
Indicative of great or rising prosperity or rapid economic growth
“Traders encouraged the circulation of these artifacts, one of the reasons the Labronic city became a flourishing port in the seventeenth century.”
Adjective
Growing or expanding at a fast rate
“In the north, a flourishing movement for community economic development sprung up in Canada.”
Adjective
Full of life, spirit, energy, or movement
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“Visitors to Naples have always been fascinated by the open-air markets, and fortunately, these are as lively and flourishing today as ever.”
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In a good physical or mental condition
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(of countryside) Green with grass or other rich vegetation
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Producing a surplus or profitable
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Growing, increasing or expanding at a fast rate
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Producing or capable of producing an abundance of offspring or new growth
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Experiencing rapid growth or expansion, surging at an accelerated pace
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Having life
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(of plants or flowers) The act or state of coming in bloom
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Characterized by a rate of rapid change or growth
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Highly popular with consumers purchasing goods within a specific class
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Synonymous with full, blossoming, and flowering
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In an acceptable state or position
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Capable of withstanding great physical force
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An advancement in progress or development
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The time, or the condition, of budding or flowering
Verb
To be in the state of producing flowers, exhibiting growth and vibrancy
“My garden is filled with plants that grow and flourish in what is essentially a micro-climate.”
Verb
Present participle for to develop or progress rapidly and successfully
“The company would continue to flourish up until the emergence of a serious competitor in the market.”
Verb
Present participle for to wave (something) about, especially to attract attention
“For such a tidbit our kitty would flourish her tail grandly.”
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Present participle for to draw attention to something, usually by waving it
“Whenever anyone approached them, he would flourish his sword and swear like a pirate.”
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