booming

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booming (comparative more booming, superlative most booming)

  1. Experiencing a period of prosperity, or rapid economic growth.
    The power of China's booming economy continues to stun the world.
  2. Loud and resonant.
    He was asked to be MC at the function on account of his booming voice.

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Verb[edit]

booming

  1. present participle of boom

Noun[edit]

booming (plural boomings)

  1. A deep hollow or roaring sound.
    • 1825, Felicia Hemans, The Forest Sanctuary
      Heavy boomings of a dull deep bell.
    • 2021 March 23, Peter Holley, “They Just Moved Into an Austin Neighborhood. Now They Want to End One of Its Traditions.”, in Texas Monthly[1]:
      The fleet of several dozen cars pulled into East Austin’s Fiesta Gardens, or “Chicano Park” as locals call it, on a recent weekend with the booming of powerful stereo systems announcing their arrival.