Definition of Boomlet

1. Noun. (finance) A small period of rapid growth in a market. ¹



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Definition of Boomlet

1. a small increase in prosperity [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Boomlet

boomeranger
boomerangers
boomeranging
boomeranglike
boomerangs
boomeritis
boomers
boomier
boomiest
boominess
booming
boomingly
boomings
boomkin
boomkins
boomlet (current term)
boomlets
boomlike
boomorah
booms
boomsayer
boomsayers
boomshanka
boomslang
boomslange
boomslanges
boomslangs
boomster
boomsters
boomstick

Literary usage of Boomlet

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1. The Wit and Humor of America by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1911)
"... philosophic moral where I think it ought to hang; I've seen a "boom" for office Grow feeble at the root, Then change into a boomlet—then to a boomerang. ..."

2. First Lessons: A Report on Elementary Education in America by William J. Bennett (1986)
"52 Considering all the demands being made for stronger curricula, higher teacher pay, and added facilities to accommodate the "baby boomlet" of the next ..."

3. The US Virgin Islands Alive! by Harriet Greenberg, Douglas Greenberg (2006)
"Once a laid-back sleepy town, Coral Bay is experiencing a "boomlet." There are new dining spots, new shops and even some nightlife. ..."

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