Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun the process of budding and unfolding of blossoms.

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  • verb Present participle of blossom.
  • noun The act or process by which something blossoms.

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  • noun the time and process of budding and unfolding of blossoms

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Examples

  • "Because…" Kirk stopped, his train of thought suddenly stymied by the idea blossoming in his mind.

    The Kobayashi Maru

  • It is easy to understand how this would have far reaching and beneficial impact on the world in terms of perspective, policies, plans and implementation; for individual and global blossoming, which is imperative today, because; no individual nation can grow or perish in isolation, without beneficial or adverse impact on the other nations; for long period.

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  • It is easy to understand how this would have far reaching and beneficial impact on the world in terms of perspective, policies, plans and implementation; for individual and global blossoming, which is imperative today, because; no individual nation can grow or perish in isolation, without beneficial or adverse impact on the other nations; for long period.

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  • It is easy to understand how this would have far reaching and beneficial impact on the world in terms of perspective, policies, plans and implementation; for individual and global blossoming, which is imperative today, because; no individual nation can grow or perish in isolation, without beneficial or adverse impact on the other nations; for long period.

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  • It is easy to understand how this would have far reaching and beneficial impact on the world in terms of perspective, policies, plans and implementation; for individual and global blossoming, which is imperative today, because; no individual nation can grow or perish in isolation, without beneficial or adverse impact on the other nations; for long period.

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  • He was struggling so badly before that now, living in a shelter, he appears to be "blossoming," she said.

    The grinding reality of growing up poor

  • He was struggling so badly before that now, living in a shelter, he appears to be "blossoming," she said.

    The grinding reality of growing up poor

  • He was struggling so badly before that now, living in a shelter, he appears to be "blossoming," she said.

    The grinding reality of growing up poor

  • He was struggling so badly before that now, living in a shelter, he appears to be "blossoming," she said.

    The grinding reality of growing up poor

  • Inc. in order to prevent the next occurrence, and a new "blossoming" industry.

    U.S. Border War: Border States Suffering

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  • "In a third Italian version of the tale, it's the girl's own mother who wishes her ill — an innkeeper named Bella Venezia who cannot stand a rival in beauty. First she imprisons her blossoming child in a lonely hut by the sea; then she seduces a kitchen boy and demands that he murder the girl."

    - Terri Windling, Snow, Glass, Apples: The Story of Snow White.

    August 1, 2009