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- adj. Without blooms.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Without bloom or flowers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no bloom or blossom.
Thank goodness for the indoor plants with their blooms or our bloom day would be nearly bloomless.
When we checked out national flower-delivery services a few years back, some shipments provided roses with bruised petals, wrong colors, or bloomless stems, and the price, selection, and delivery times varied widely.
The wisteria covered pergola was leafless and bloomless.
But there are still the orchids, and more are in bud in the greenhouse to help us get through the bloomless times.
The bloomless foliage of the daffodils seem to dominate the scene.
The fairness of his complexion is revealed by his habitation among the flowers; for he dwells not amid bloomless or fading beauties, whether of body or soul or aught else, but in the place of flowers and scents, there he sits and abides.
The winter afternoon was reddening towards evening, and already a ruby light was rolled over the bloomless beds, filling them, as it were, with the ghosts of the dead roses.
The bloomless apple is a monstrous state, the cause of which is unknown.
The next day, by application to one of his type-writing women, he got word of a young lady, one Miss Mamie McBride, who was willing and able to conduct him in these bloomless meadows; and, her circumstances being lean, and terms consequently moderate, he and Mamie were soon in agreement for two lessons in the week.
The bloomless face, shut eyes, and waxen fingers,
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