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bloom1 British & World English

A flower, especially one cultivated for its beauty

bloom2 British & World English

A mass of iron, steel, or other metal hammered or rolled into a thick bar for further working

bloom English Thesaurus

gorgeous orchid-like blooms

algal bloom British & World English

A rapid growth of microscopic algae or cyanobacteria in water, often resulting in a coloured scum on the surface

peach-bloom British & World English

A matte glaze of reddish pink, mottled with green and brown, used on fine Chinese porcelain since around 1700

water bloom British & World English

Another term for algal bloom.

the bloom is off the rose British & World English

The thing in question is no longer new, fresh, or exciting

the bloom is off the rose in bloom1 British & World English

The thing in question is no longer new, fresh, or exciting