Antonyms for blossomed

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But the thought which had dimly haunted him that day blossomed on this evening.

There had been a warm day, and the trees were clouds of green and more bushes had blossomed.

No pains were taken with it, but it grew right along and blossomed freely.

A little patch of youth had blossomed in Grannie since the baby came.

It blossomed in the sky over the bombers and in the middle of Red Flight.

Andrea blossomed out in gleam of teeth and incredible shininess of eyes.

Then the bundles were opened and blossomed into colours and fabrics.

To John she seemed to have blossomed up out of the ground before them.

The thorns had all blossomed into roses that scented the air with fragrance as he went by.

What a fragrance is in the air from the balmy fir trees and the blossomed limes!