11 example sentences using sprout.
Sprout used in a sentence
Sprout in a sentence as a noun
Really not a fan of "sprout", "harvest" or "graft".
They don't sprout out of magic beans; they're markets.
And Europe does not just sprout small tech startups either.
And the best > services tend to sprout from the best entrepreneurs.
> Plant sprouts won't germinate when placed near a wireless router.
A thread will sprout up about how this company's industry is doomed.
Sprout in a sentence as a verb
I've had otherwise normal code suddenly sprout extra levels of indentation.
Should you also need a profound explanation for why things don't spontaneously change their mass or sprout kangaroo legs and start singing "La Bamba?
Ranbaxy Labs, for example, is busy filing patents.You can't expect the domestic industry to just sprout up organically.
Derivatives like Knoppix or Ubuntu wouldn't be possible -- or at least couldn't sprout so easily -- if it weren't for that strict adherence to open source guidelines.
Tldr;"As a result, Tesla's balance sheet will sprout a contingent liability for the "residual value" of those cars, and analysts worry that the amount will quickly rise to hundreds of millions of dollars -- on the order of half of the company's book value.
any new growth of a plant such as a new branch or a bud
a newly grown bud (especially from a germinating seed)
produce buds, branches, or germinate; "the potatoes sprouted"
put forth and grow sprouts or shoots; "the plant sprouted early this year"
See also: stock