To screw something up. The term originated from Golf on Wii Sports. The sound that is made when you swing too hard is referred to the burgeon in its fullest form.
You burgeoned that shot.

My rose garden burgeons with the coming of spring, what the hell is wrong with it?
by IJericho January 29, 2007
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One who burgeons in the field. One who like to burgeon themselves to burgeon.
That's a little Markiplier tip for all you burgeoning YouTubers out there
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The one who burgeons I’m the field; One who likes to burgen themselves to burgeon
I have a little “Markiplier tip” for all you burgeoning YouTubers out there.
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By outsourcing, manufacturers have been keen to cash in on the burgeoning Chinese economy.

Benjamin and Emma have a burgeoning need for homemade videos about feet.
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My rose garden burgeons with the coming of spring.
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When the lonely fisherman lays himself supine in the river amongst the migrating fishes and allows the grizzlies to paddle his canoe.
Whilst searching for the False Celery in the mountains, the pupil found Nirvana performing the Burgeoning Salmon for a group of Belgian tourists.
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