Synonyms for blossoming
Antonyms for blossoming
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLOSSOMING
It lies behind that tall monument; I cannot see it for the blossoming boughs.
We never see Him bring the bud to the eve of blossoming just to wither it.
Coleridge's blossoming period as a romantic poet was tragically brief.
Now we shall be cared for, and watered, and there will be some pleasure in blossoming.
Rathburn shrugged and stared up at the night sky which was blossoming with stars.
Little swirls of music seemed to swell from it, blossoming in the silence.
Lilies were blossoming in the house on the beautiful morning of the twentieth of September.
In his case the amaranth had been grafted in, and the plant was blossoming again.
The Rose beetle appears about the time of the blossoming of the rose.
Here was her beloved Le Zéphyr, with its blossoming cacao-groves.
c.1200, from Old English blostm, blostma "blossom, flower, fruit," from Proto-Germanic *blo-s- (cf. Middle Low German blosom, Dutch bloesem, German Blust), from PIE *bhlow-, extended form of *bhel- (3) "to thrive, bloom," possibly identical with *bhel- (2) "to blow, inflate, swell" (see bole). This is the native word, now largely superseded by bloom and flower.