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Synonyms for boom

to make a continuous deep reverberating sound

to make an earsplitting explosive noise

to do or fare well

an earsplitting, explosive noise

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a deep prolonged loud noise

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a state of economic prosperity

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a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money)

a pole carrying an overhead microphone projected over a film or tv set

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any of various more-or-less horizontal spars or poles used to extend the foot of a sail or for handling cargo or in mooring

make a resonant sound, like artillery

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hit hard

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be the case that thunder is being heard

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make a deep hollow sound

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grow vigorously

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How about the refi boomlet? He gave that a thumbs-down, so why?
And so we had the 1990s VR boomlet, with clunky and expensive technology, paired with dissatisfied users.
The Trump presidential boomlet is being fueled by a combination of curiosity, a gusting wind of summer-doldrums media attention and hard-right accord with public statements about opinions some of this ilk have thought but dared not say.
Veronica Cortinez y Manfred Engelbert reivindican la figura de Patricio Kaulen y su pelicula de 1967 Largo viaje, ganadora en el Festival de Karlovy Vary, que resultaron injustamente invisibilizados en los analisis del cine chileno de los anos 70 por miradas mas revolucionarias, que despreciaron a Kaulen por pertenecer a la Democracia Cristiana, y que tampoco reconocieron el aporte que hizo desde Chile Films para permitir el surgimiento de otros autores como Ruiz, Francia, Soto y Littin en el "boomlet" de 1968.
Current scholarship identifies 1594 as a watershed year for playbook publication and, in their work on the popularity of playbooks, Alan Farmer and Zachary Lesser cite this 1594 'boomlet' as an unusual, brief expansion in a playbook market that did not pick up speed until after 1598.
That is sparking a boomlet of homeowners looking to refinance as long-term mortgage rates plummet.
The flexo boomlet never took off and The Blade told unions it can only buy printing plates from one supplier, which is in the United Kingdom, the Free Press reported.
Even if China were to experience a baby "boomlet," the country would continue to age, its labor force shrink and its gender imbalance persist for generations.
A construction boomlet is producing a couple dozen new custom and spec homes.
The election of Hassan Rouhani as president of Iran has generated a boomlet of optimism, not only about the prospects for a deal on the nuclear question but also about the chances for a rapprochement between Iran and Saudi Arabia regarding the increasingly intense and increasingly sectarian regional struggle for influence.
Still, Riesling sales, which underwent a boomlet in the past few years, have slowed slightly, falling short of 201 1's overall wine growth of 4.7% as reported by the Wine Market Council in January.
Still, Riesling sales, which underwent a boomlet in the past few years, have slowed slightly falling short of 201 l's overall wine growth of 4.7% as reported by the Wine Market Council in January.
Some also said it was puzzling in light of the Bank Transfer Day boomlet and consumer anger over moves by Bank of America and others to impose new fees.
Overall, what we are going to see in the next several years is a boomlet in residential construction, especially in the South and West, and any area that is seeing an influx of returning military personnel and their families, just remember il is 2012 not 1952.
Even before the latest Palin boomlet, interviews with voters across Iowa suggested that despite their starkly different backgrounds and resumes, Bachmann might struggle in Palin's shadow.