from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Like a perfect blossom.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In perfect bloom; like a blossom.
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My mother was speechless, but her face smiled like a full-bloomed flower.
About the whole man there was an air somehow of full-bloomed foppishness gone to tassel -- as though having been a dandy once, he was now merely neat and precise in his way of dress.
Intercession is the full-bloomed plant whose roots and strength lie back and down in the other two forms.
_ Sir Walter Scott says that Macpherson's rare powers were an honour to his country; and in his Legend of Montrose and Highland Widow, his own style is deeply dyed by the Ossianic element, and sounds here like the proud soft voice of the full-bloomed mountain heather in the breeze, and there like that of the evergreen pine raving in the tempest.
The Celtic Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 1, November 1875 A Monthly Periodical Devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folk Lore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at Home and Abroad.
During our stay, sweeping, bright orange fields of calendula were being harvested-the full-bloomed flowers plucked one-by-one from the stem for use in the brand's baby care line and toothpaste.