Definition of abloom in English:

abloom

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Pronunciation: /əˈbluːm
 
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adjective

[predicative]
Covered in flowers: in the springtime the cliff top is abloom, first with serviceberry, then dogwood
More example sentences
  • Journey on where flowers stay abloom until each lover has cast his kisses on longing lips-parted like hills with deep valleys.
  • The forest was warm as summer and abloom with an abundance of colorful flowers.
  • It's already October, but the Gardens of Remembrance are still abloom with a mix of interesting shapes and textures, and more people are coming to see and enjoy the park.

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