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Synonyms for bud

Synonyms for bud

a source of further growth and development

a young person between birth and puberty

a person whom one knows well, likes, and trusts

Words related to bud

a partially opened flower

a swelling on a plant stem consisting of overlapping immature leaves or petals

develop buds

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start to grow or develop

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Girls give us tips to morph any bud into a best bud.
Even though your buds are super great, sometimes you feel like an outcast.
Bud take success % age = [Total green buds/Total buds inserted] x 100
From February to May, Skate Buds International Corporation sponsored a 12 week after-school pilot fitness camp for the Boys and Girls Club of Mesquite, Texas.
To extend the research, the project can start in autumn, when leaves drop and buds first form.
Produced using the same proprietary technology used with other products in the Butter Buds range, Butter Buds - Bacon[TM] imparts a natural bacon flavour along with richness and mouth feel.
A peony with botrytis has blasted (browned) buds that do not open and shoots that rot at the base.
Pencil in a weekly date, like pizza and a movie every Friday night with your two best buds.
What's been missing for scientists, however, is an understanding of how these messages about taste get from taste buds in the tongue to the body's nervous system.
Researchers have been missing a key piece of the taste puzzle: the identity of the messenger, known as a neurotransmitter, that sends information from taste buds to the nerve fibers.
The discussion of taste buds is usually limited to receptors on the tongue, but some authors have investigated the number and distribution of taste receptors on other human tissues.
After studying the anatomy of epicormic bud strands in the sugar gum (Eucalyptus cladocalyx), and in other related species, Burrows says that typically no buds are present in the stems or larger branches of eucalypts.