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Synonyms for sprout

Synonyms for sprout

a young stemlike growth arising from a plant

Synonyms for sprout

any new growth of a plant such as a new branch or a bud

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a newly grown bud (especially from a germinating seed)

produce buds, branches, or germinate

put forth and grow sprouts or shoots

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The sprout seed varieties Harris has selected are some of the most popular available.
1 It won its name after becoming popular in the Belgian capital in the 16th Century, but the Brussels sprout is originally thought to have come from Iran and Afghanistan.
The number of sprout in various oak species has a direct relationship to forest utilization.
Following the FSA's advice, volume sales of bean sprouts fell 3o%, according to estimates by the FPC, even though most are sold for use in stir-fries and not typically consumed raw.
The primary objectives were to develop baseline information on oak sprouting following harvesting and to develop predictive models of sprout survival and growth for use by resource managers and landowners.
Officials in Germany say they're not yet sure whether the sprout seeds were infected or whether the sprouts got contaminated by dirty water.
It may have been the sprout seeds, which Sprouters Northwest buys from a supplier, Jones said.
At around 60-65[degrees]F they will begin to sprout in a few months.
When a seed comes in contact with moisture, it begins to germinate, or sprout.
In The Sprout Book, Tess has many quirky ideas for preparing sprouts - and there's hardly a turkey in sight.
The Wonder Place has accused Sprout Studio LLC of implementing its business plan without paying for it, according to the lawsuit filed in Pulaski County Circuit Court.
Sprout scoffer extraordinaire Jon Hart, from Sunder-land, was the winner, chomping his way through a whopping 46 sprouts.
WELL done to farmer William Haines, who is known as "the sprout whisperer".