abloom


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a·bloom

 (ə-blo͞om′)
adj.
Being in bloom; flowering.

abloom

(əˈbluːm)
adj
(postpositive) in flower; blooming

a•bloom

(əˈblum)

adj.
in bloom; blossoming; flowering.
[1850–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.abloom - bursting into flowerabloom - bursting into flower; "flowering spring trees"
mature - having reached full natural growth or development; "a mature cell"
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abloom

adj pred (poet, liter) to be abloom (flower)blühen (lit, fig); treein Blüte stehen (liter)
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The weeds were abloom with tiny purple blossoms and gave forth an overpowering fragrance.
Allan; and then, almost before Anne realized it, spring had come again to Green Gables and all the world was abloom once more.
What greeted them was a wistful salon glowing in candlelight with crystal and silver, abloom with flowers of a hundred hues and shades, one long table for 35 set with mini teacups and saucers hanging between strings of Swarovski necklaces, and tealights flickering in glass bowls infused with food coloring (
While 2017's right-swinging general election may bring potential setbacks to immigration and energy conservation, nowhere is the spirit of Teutonic tolerance more alive than in the country's progressive western states, abloom with new visitor draws like the ancient ice age cave art in the Jura Plateau, inscribed on Unesco's World Heritage list in 2017, the world's first zero-emissions hydrogen passenger train, opening in Lower Saxony, two recently christened Viking long ships set for cruising the Rhine, and a $14 million renovation of the historic Le Meridien Frankfurt.
Autumn is an ideal time to visit, when the temperatures are a touch milder but the gardens around the lake are fully abloom.
There are few windmills in Mississippi, wooden shoes are a rarity, and cotton fields are more common than fields abloom with tulips.
Styled like a 19th-century island village in the Cyclades, this little Athenian neighborhood in upper Plaka is a labyrinth of narrow, stepped walkways and whitewashed Cubist houses, their courtyards and balconies abloom with jasmine, geranium and roses.
Also look down: In spring and summer, the meridian is abloom with a riot of flowers looking for their own slivers of sun.
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In the poem, Krolow gives us delightfully aromatic lines like, "alone in the garden abloom, and / it was no accident / there were peonies, rhododendron, those yellow iris, / a logical blossoming.
They include fair, fertile, abloom, invigorating, fragrant, joyful, pastel, romping, scampering, sun-kissed, unpredictable and many more -- a total of 98 words.
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