The deck is all abloom with pretty girls in pretty hats and pretty suits.
The cliffs are abloom with blossoms of gold, like a garden of woodland flowers.
They come when our daffodils are all abloom, and go when the roses are fading.
Serena blushed a little and Aronson's cheeks were all abloom.
The rhododendron, which the mountaineer calls laurel, was abloom.
The purple heather was all abloom along the slopes of the hill-sides.
In the garden beneath blackbirds sang, and the pale primroses were abloom.
The sunny lustre comes back to Violet's eyes, and her cheeks are abloom, her lips part in a half-smile.
Her valleys are all abloom with millions of fruit trees, and spring is well advanced.
I stopped for a moment in the doorway, and saw, abloom there before me, a magical maze of flowers.