pullulate


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Synonyms for pullulate

to be abundantly filled or richly supplied

Synonyms for pullulate

be teeming, be abuzz

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produce buds, branches, or germinate

become abundant

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breed freely and abundantly

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After injection of the bacterial preparation in drainpipe with a grease clog, microorganisms start actively pullulate in 12-24 hours, effectively converting grease into eco-friendly products of microbial metabolism.
His phraseology cracks like a whip: "it is the universities, the research institutes, the academic presses, which are our Byzantium" (30), "Our talk is about talk, and Polonius is master" (40), "Criticism, meta- criticism, dia-criticism, the criticism of criticism, pullulate" (48).
Apropos are the various anti-intellectual movements, which provide a milieu favorable for the virus of antisemitism to pullulate. Fascism, although not intrinsically antisemitic, is the most notorious of such movements.
One day this living body will pullulate in my dead mouth
pullulate from contemporary government cannot conceivably be treated as
The Encylopaedia Britannica articles by Bousset that Borges talks about are chock full of Gnostic "lore," a mother-lode of inspiration for Ficciones and El Aleph, whose pages pullulate with Gnosticism.
In her many diary and letter appearances, Marie Woolf becomes the conceptual Jew for Virginia, "spry as an old tramp" at age 80, representative of all Jewry who "cant die--they exist on a handful of rice and a thimble of water--their flesh dries on their bones but still they pullulate, copulate, and amass ...
Defying the idea that a poem might be a self-sealed device or hygienic organism, these writings spill and pullulate, resisting closure.
In Harpur's case it has become commonplace to remark that his lines pullulate with language and attitudes derived from Wordsworth.
On the one hand, books pullulate with fanciful imaginings, some of them clearly intended for the lower end of the mysticism market.