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Correct spelling:
budding
Definition:
The putting forth of buds; the act of inserting a bud of one tree within the bark of another for propagation; reproduction by buds.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
budding.
beginning
alpha, fetal, genesis, germinal, infant, incipient, emerging, newborn, initial, sprouting, formative, introductory, infantile, baby, early, primordial, new, primeval, aboriginal, hatching, preparatory, preliminary, precursory, beginning, foremost, Commencing, maiden, inaugural, starting, nascent, original, embryonic, first, Dawned, primal.
developing, flowering
fledgling, embryonic, germinal, blossoming, opening, promising, nascent, sprouting, growing, shooting up, pubescent, potential, burgeoning, Germinating, pullulating, Vegetating, beginning, fresh, young, incipient, Maturing, bursting forth.
early
initial, recent, primeval, a bit previous, Proleptical, prevenient.
emergent
outgoing, issuing forth, Emanant, efflorescent.
flowering
blooming.
green
unfledged, Undecayed, foliate, verduous, ungrown, infant, half-formed, green, bosky, undried.
in the beginning
early.
juvenile
beardless, milk-fed, junior, unweaned, pubescent.
promising
potential.
would-be
wannabe.
young
juvenile, girllike, Newish, half-grown, boylike, not aged.
noun
budding
undeveloped.
process
budding.
verb
beginning
birthing, developing, undertaking, springing, Forming, Germinating, Stemming, Initiating, Introducing, Embarking, Inaugurating, Preparing, Conceiving, Originating, Creating, initializing, dawning, Inducting.
increasing
growing.
Examples of usage:
  1. On her cheeks faintly blushed the budding rose. – Paris As It Was and As It Is by Francis W. Blagdon
  2. The bird of Winter sang from the budding tree; in the blue sky sang the bird of Summer. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. She began to feel a budding resentment against her mother for saying " No" to all these delights, a resentment comparable with her emotions not so long ago when her mother refused to let her go for a ride on an omnibus with Mr. Vergoe. – Carnival by Compton Mackenzie
  4. The sun rose upon fresh fields and newly budding woods, and scarcely had the morning mists dissolved, when the garrison could see a fleet of birch canoes crossing the river from the eastern shore, within range of cannon shot above the fort. – The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War after the Conquest of Canada by Francis Parkman
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