blossomy


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blos·som

 (blŏs′əm)
n.
1. A flower or cluster of flowers.
2. The condition or time of flowering: peach trees in blossom.
3. A condition or period of maximum development. See Synonyms at bloom1.
intr.v. blos·somed, blos·som·ing, blos·soms
1. To come into flower; bloom.
2. To develop; flourish: The child blossomed into a beauty.

[Middle English, from Old English blōstm; see bhel- in Indo-European roots.]

blos′som·y adj.
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Lykins against an iron fence, buttonholed him, fastened him with his eye, like the Ancient Mariner, and proceeded to unfold his narrative as placidly and peacefully as if we were all stretched comfortably in a blossomy summer meadow instead of being persecuted by a wintry midnight tempest:
An old gray house, surrounded by willows, in a blossomy brook valley, looked more promising, but did not seem quite the thing either.
A brut (dry style) of prosecco, it's fresh and fruity with a honeysuckle, blossomy nose and displays delicious apricot, pear and peach flavours with a clean, crisp finish.
uk) which is beautifully balanced with a blossomy nose and vanilla, honey, pear and apricots tinged by spicy, nutty nuances and an underlying minerality on the elegant finish.