Sprout in a sentence

Definition of Sprout

to develop, grow  or shoot forth (especially for plants, vegetables, flowers);

To appear, develop in great numbers (such as a city, town)

Use Sprout in a sentence

The grass sprouts all over the garden.

New office buildings seem to be sprouting up all over the city.

Both reasons sprout from the same root.

Someone tells me that John has sprouted a beard – this I have not seen yet!

Many clubs and bars have sprouted up over the last few years.

You should plant out in spring when the plants sprout .

The trees have all sprouted new leaves on the first days of the spring.

Over the years numerous community newspapers and magazines have sprouted all across the country.

When my plants sprout they always grow too long with a thin a stalk then bend over and die.

A period of intense rain, Griffin says, could prompt soybeans to sprout in their pods or cause the pods to deteriorate.

In today’s China, where millionaires seem to sprout overnight, temptation is great among poorly paid officials.