Sharp surprise and a palpable fear bourgeoned upon the Captain's face.
"Roads of Destiny" by O. Henry
The horse-chestnut bourgeons burst their sheaths to spread into trefoils and flame-shaped leaves.
"The Pit" by Frank Norris
It seemed as though a spring breeze had melted the snow from the land, such bourgeoning and blossoming appeared throughout the school.
"The Story Of My Life From Childhood To Manhood The Autobiography Of Georg Ebers, Complete" by Georg Ebers
To bourgeon all her flowers of hope.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 10, No. 58, August, 1862" by Various
The leafage had progressed beyond the bourgeoning period and the branches flung broad green splendors of verdure to the breeze.
"The Frontiersmen" by Charles Egbert Craddock
A sudden hope bourgeoned in his distracted eyes.
"The Wolf Cub" by Patrick Casey
Thou art wizen and white, ash-tree;
Other trees have gone on,
Have gathered and grown,
Have bourgeoned and borne:
Thou hast wasted and worn.
"Dead-Maid's-Pool" by Sydney Thompson Dobell
I know no brotherhood with far-lock'd woods,
Where branches bourgeon from a kindred sap;
Where o'er moss'd roots, in cool, green solitudes,
Small silver brooklets lap.
"The City Tree" by Isabella Valancy Crawford
Ever since Artur Ekert harnessed this phenomenon to distribute cryptographic keys in 1991, the field has bourgeoned.
Louisville's Concours d'Elegance: a bourgeoning tradition.