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Definitions of bloom:

part of speech: verb transitive

To produce in full bloom or beauty.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To produce blossoms; flower; show the freshness of youth.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To put forth blossoms: to flower: to be in a state of beauty or vigor: to flourish.

part of speech: noun

BLOOMING.

part of speech: noun

Blossom; the flower of any plant; the beginning of youth or manhood; life; vigour; beauty; bright or blue colour on fruit, as on the peach or grape; a clouded appearance which varnish sometimes assumes upon the surface of a picture; a whitish waxy secretion produced on the surface of some leaves and fruits.

part of speech: noun

The rough mass of iron from the puddling- furnace after undergoing the first hammering.

part of speech: noun

A blossom; the flower of a plant; the state of having flowers; as, the tree is in bloom; a state or period of health and growth; the delicate color or powdery coating upon certain fruits or leaves; as, the bloom on peaches; a flush; a glow.

part of speech: noun

A blossom or flower: the opening of flowers: rosy color: the prime or highest perfection of anything.

part of speech: verb

To yield blossoms; to flower; to be in a state of vigour; to have the freshness and beauty of early life.

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