Booming [adjective]

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After six months of financial hardship, including a delayed start to summer travel, some hope a fall boom will compensate for lost business.

We live in a time of booming tech stocks and tech-driven social transformation so profound that even professional thinkers struggle to process it.

The Zurich-based bank’s latest earnings point to other successes in its Asia push, with net new assets in the region’s private banking business swelling by 80% in the second quarter amid a trading boom.

Coming as a surprise to no one, with in-person stores closed, online shopping has been booming and Amazon and Walmart are two online marketplaces that are reaping the rewards.

In some respects, Madoff is the godfather of today’s retail trading boom.

Others, such as Walmart, Home Depot and Target, are booming.

In 2009, for example, the Obama administration set the stage for today’s booming clean energy market by pumping $90 billion in recovery funds into the sector.

They're loaded, you see, and they go booming along as innocently as you please; but if you touch 'em—why, 'There you aren't!'

Returning to Bithoor the Nana was proclaimed Peishwa amid the booming of cannon and the plaudits of his retainers.

They also made good use of their field-pieces, and ever and anon the booming of cannon was heard in the streets of Manila.