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[1].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.

Sprout definitions


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"

See also: shoot spud germinate pullulate bourgeon


put forth and grow sprouts or shoots; "the plant sprouted early this year"

See also: stock