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Adjective
Having a reddish skin tone, typically suggestive of good health
“The blooming complexion of the lady had indeed attracted the attention of all present.”
Adjective
Flowering or opening in blossoms
“From seeds sown in winter or early spring, I get strong blooming plants in midsummer.”
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Covered with grass or other rich vegetation
“I stare across Mamma's blooming backyard, willing the flowers to give me inspiration.”
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Suggestive of wealth, success or prosperity
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“The notion of personal branding has taken on primary importance in the blooming era of social media.”
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(British) Used to express annoyance
“You're being a blooming pain in the neck!”
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(British) Used for emphasis or as an intensifier
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“It was quite predictable watching Big Jim give away penalties for starters. He's a blooming master at it.”
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In a good physical or mental condition
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Of or relating to autumn
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Inspiring or feeling hope and optimism
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Young or immature in age
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Of facial complexion, smooth, with attractive yellow-pink coloring
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Pleasing or attractive to the eye
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Conducive to or characterized by moral well-being
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Of flowers
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The build up to something more advanced
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(of plants or species) The process of maturation
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The process of coming into existence or prominence
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The time, or the condition, of budding or flowering
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The point or period at which something is at its best, strongest, or most intense
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A shade resembling such a reddish color
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To a very large or great degree
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“In between there are varieties ranging from picotee, double-flowered, non-stop blooming, and the pendant type, so popular in hanging baskets.”
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In full bloom
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Present participle for 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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Present participle for to develop or thrive in a promising or healthy way
“With these good practices, my business began to bloom and grow.”
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Present participle for 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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Present participle for 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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Present participle for 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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