[ UK /bˈuːmɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈbumɪŋ/ ]
  1. (used of the voice or sound) deep and resonant
  2. very lively and profitable
    a palmy time for stockbrokers
    flourishing businesses
    did a thriving business in orchids
    a prosperous new business
    a thriving tourist center
    doing a roaring trade
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How To Use booming In A Sentence

  • Even while he was missing, those uncertain hours of anxious speculation and dismal journalism, she had assumed Maxwell would be found boomingly alive, having spent the whole time enjoying the amorous advances of a short-sighted minke whale. Country of the Blind
  • At the root of the problem is nothing so mundane as access to the hills and glens but the booming industry in Scottish barony titles that sell on average for £55,000 each.
  • Internet loan companies are booming at the expense of hard-pressed consumers. The Sun
  • The bars are doing a booming business and there are now some fifteen gay clubs, bars, cantinas and lounges, almost all of them in the unique part of town known as the South Side.
  • There is yet another fiber network, called a mouthful SEA-ME-WE-4, is being constructed to serve the booming Asian demand for bandwidth. Yet another fiber network
  • We can still listen to the songs of the kokako and saddleback, and the booming of the kakapo.
  • At 193 centimetres, with a huge leap and a booming kick, it was believed that the young star would slot neatly into a key forward post with the Blues.
  • He opened his mouth to answer but was cut short by a loud booming noise.
  • The commercial banking and finance sector was booming as of September 1991.
  • This is a big reason to combat the creeping banalisation of cosmetic surgery as just another 'harmless' service offered by the booming beauty industry. The Times of India
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