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Noun
The flower of a plant, or an expanded bud
“In summer, a colorful bloom appears between the split leaves.”
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The state of blossoming or of having flowers open
“When scented trees are in bloom, the sheer volume of flowers results in a drenching of their surroundings with scent.”
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A youthful or healthy glow in a person's complexion
“Why, Priscilla has a bloom in her cheeks, now! Has my pale little girl a bloom?”
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The state or period of greatest beauty, freshness, or vigor
“The meeting was to be chaired by Joel Aldred, then in his bloom as a television announcer.”
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The characteristic of being hearty
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The state or quality of being juvenile
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Something attributive that is pleasing to the senses
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The spectral composition of visible light, or a subset thereof
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The property of being new or original
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The act of discoloring, or the state of being discolored
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Soft, fine, fluffy feathers found in birds
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Physical or mental energy
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A hardened layer, coating, or deposit on the surface of something soft
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A compact growth on a plant that develops into a leaf, flower, or shoot
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To produce flowers, or to be in flower
“The roses begin to bloom in May and usually reach their peak sometime in June, depending on the weather.”
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To develop or thrive in a promising or healthy way
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“With these good practices, my business began to bloom and grow.”
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To blush or turn reddish in the face, typically from an emotion felt
“When she glances up from beneath the shelter of her dense eyelashes, her cheeks bloom with shyness.”
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To begin to (figuratively) blossom with beauty or maturity
“Her parents divorced when she was fourteen, when she was just starting to bloom as a young woman and make relationships of her own.”
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To have a healthy or radiant glow
“I'd sing, and her face would bloom into a smile, and her legs pedaled as if she were cycling into my arms.”
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To reach or bring to ripeness or maturity
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To develop or grow rapidly
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Brighten up
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To take self-indulgent pleasure in
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Regain consciousness
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To give color to
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To give strength to on a physiological level
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