bloom[ bloom ]SEE DEFINITION OF bloom
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLOOM
There the flush and bloom of newness were oppressive to the right-minded.
"No, it's bloom," hastened Cornelia, covertly wiping it off.
There, all the bloom and freshness natural to youth seemed blasted!
Explications with Betty would brush the bloom off everything.
It is the only ground in the world where Ideas can germinate and bloom.
But I wad sing on wanton wing, When youthfu' May its bloom renew'd.
Her prettiness, indeed, was chiefly in slender plumpness and bloom.
Some will bloom the second season, the rest will require another year.
Any one of the following reasons may cause it to be barren of bloom.
This gives them the needed semi-rest to enable them to get ready for bloom again.