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flowerage

Syllabification: flow·er·age
Pronunciation: /ˈflou(ə)rij
 
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Definition of flowerage in English:

noun

The process of coming into flower: the flowerage of Romanticism
More example sentences
  • Especially the flowerage of spring time, with its many wild flowers and the rows of fruit trees along the fairways, make even the most ambitious golf player stop and contemplate nature's dazzling beauty.
  • We had mimosa trees that evoked images of Hawaii with their flowerage of pink brilliance.
  • In spring the flowerage of the apple trees is in vast contrast to the snow covered Alps which is a magnificent sight.

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