Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Full of or covered with blossoms.

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

  • adjective Full of blossoms; flowery.

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  • adjective Similar to blossom.

Etymologies

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blossom +‎ -y

Examples

  • Blue gave her a sort of ethereal look; pink added a kind of blossomy sweetness.

    A Little Girl of Long Ago

  • The lunch mural, for want of a better title, strikes an altogether different chord — that of an evacuated spring-blossomy babbling-brook alpine hinterland glorious people-scape, in which the principal technical challenge for the artist was to crank up the volume of the foliage and the foreground blossoms, whilst reining in the waters, because for obvious reasons the plash and gurgle of cataracts can be counterproductive at lunchtime.

    The Mural II

  • If an evil gardener chopped its blossomy head off.

    The Bird House

  • If an evil gardener chopped its blossomy head off.

    The Bird House

  • The lunch mural, for want of a better title, strikes an altogether different chord — that of an evacuated spring-blossomy babbling-brook alpine hinterland glorious people-scape, in which the principal technical challenge for the artist was to crank up the volume of the foliage and the foreground blossoms, whilst reining in the waters, because for obvious reasons the plash and gurgle of cataracts can be counterproductive at lunchtime.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • She opened the car door, and Jimmy hopped in beside her, smelling so jasminey and orange blossomy, he made my eyes tear

    THIS IS ME FROM NOW ON

  • Charlie opened her blossomy lips and her friend stuck a dainty finger inside to pry out the particulate.

    CHASING the WHITE DOG

  • She opened the car door, and Jimmy hopped in beside her, smelling so jasminey and orange blossomy, he made my eyes tear

    THIS IS ME FROM NOW ON

  • It's characteristic for people who've been through chemo to experience a sense of euphoria at the end, and that was certainly true in my case: I felt like Dennis Potter when he was talking about the blossomy-ness of the blossom.

    Jo Shapcott: I'm not someone chasing her own ambulance

  • She opened the car door, and Jimmy hopped in beside her, smelling so jasminey and orange blossomy, he made my eyes tear

    THIS IS ME FROM NOW ON

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