In the last decade Sinai tourism has boomed, a result of relative security ensured by endless police checkpoints.
Accommodation marketplaces like Onefinestay, Airbnb, and Trampolinn have boomed in popularity.
This has been a decade of explosive growth as the demand for cheap air travel has boomed around the globe.
On the eve of the double-barreled canonization, the skies over Rome boomed with thunder and poured with rain.
Exports—ranging from soy, flowers, copper, and iron ore to computers, appliances, and jets—have boomed.
Twelve o'clock boomed softly from Westminster, and made the heavy atmosphere drowsily vibrate with the volume of the strokes.
"Good-evening, Marta," boomed the clergyman's unctuous tones.
At six o'clock next morning, the gun at the Signal Station on the summit of the rock, boomed.
"There, now," she boomed, as if some satisfying finality had been brought about.
Once it swept droning overhead, and then circled out and boomed off straight for the lines.
mid-15c., earliest use was for bees and wasps, probably echoic of humming. The meaning "make a loud noise" is 15c. Cf. bomb. Meaning "to burst into prosperity" (of places, businesses, etc.) is 1871, American English. Related: Boomed; booming. Boom box first attested 1978.
"long pole," 1540s, from Scottish boun, borrowed from Dutch boom "tree, pole, beam," from a Middle Dutch word analogous to Old English beam (see beam (n.)).
Wonderful; fashionable; outstanding; great (1990s+ Canadian students)
Marijuana (1950s+ Narcotics)