Showing signs of advancement and ambitious development: an up-and-coming executive; an up-and-coming neighborhood. (adjective)
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Use "up-and-coming" in a sentence
"But then I started hearing about Traverse City, dubbed an "up-and-coming foodie spot," way up on the mitten on Lake Michigan."
"Here they are, the up-and-coming team of Rytlock Brimstone, Caithe of the sylvari, and Logan Thackeray."
"It was redesignated the 165th and became part of the 42nd Division with an up-and-coming regular Army major named Douglas MacArthur as its chief of staff."