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Pullulate  v. i.  To germinate; to bud; to multiply abundantly.

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"Pullulate" Quotes from Famous Books

... of Ypres, after the war, is plain. It will instantly become one of the show-places of the world. Hotels will appear out of the ground, guides and touts will pullulate at the railway station, the tour of the ruins will be mapped out, and the tourists and globe- trotters of the whole planet will follow that tour in batches like staring sheep. Much money will be amassed by a few persons out of the exhibition of misfortune and woe. A sinister fate for a community! ...
— Over There • Arnold Bennett

Words linked to "Pullulate" :   burgeon forth, seethe, swarm, pullulation, crowd, grow, pour out, spill over, shoot, increase, crawl, germinate, sprout, multiply, pullulate with

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