What a blank would their absence leave in our blossomy parterres!
They went out by the mesa trail, and it was a soft and blossomy day of spring.
Low down, the ravine broadens out to inclose a meadow the width of a lark's flight, blossomy and wet and good.
But the English countryside is not all greenness and softness, blossomy lanes, moated granges, and idyllic villages.
For the rustic the fields of corn, the craggy mountain, the blossomy lane, or the rush of water through the greenwood.
Low down the ravine broadens out to inclose a meadow the width of a lark's flight, blossomy and wet and good.
Small winds moved in the tops of the sage and trod lightly in the dark, blossomy grass.
There was no hurry; the ribbon unrolled but slowly, and the blossomy knots upon the taffeta as leisurely shifted position.
All the blossomy sweetness, the fragrant lament of Lycidas, lies in that one line.
A blossomy wind came out of the heart of the world, and there were birds everywhere, impudently eloquent.