blossom

Part of speech: verb

To bloom.

Part of speech: noun

A flower; bloom.

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Usage examples "blossom":

  1. High and low, all crowd to see the beauty of a vast sweep of lovely blossom. - "Peeps at Many Lands: Japan", John Finnemore.
  2. Old Daniel Mortimer had no such following as had attended the funeral of his mother, and no such peaceful sunshine sleeping on a landscape all blossom and growth. - "Fated to Be Free", Jean Ingelow.
  3. They sat on the south steps of the Nesbit house watching the spring that was trying to blossom in the pink and golden sunset. - "In the Heart of a Fool", William Allen White.