blŵm, flŵm, glasbaill, gwrid, nglasbaill, ngwrid, lasbaill, mlŵm, niwlen, wrid
Noun(1) the organic process of bearing flowers(2) reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts(3) the best time of youth(4) a rosy color (especially in the cheeks(5) the period of greatest prosperity or productivity(6) a powdery deposit on a surface
Verb(1) produce or yield flowers
(1) When the fruit tree is in bloom , they can perhaps subsist by picking the fruit off the tree; but suppose there is a blight, one year, on fruit trees?(2) You can't force a flower to bloom by ripping the petals open.(3) her face had lost its usual bloom(4) the apple trees were in bloom(5) Cows graze contentedly in green fields, pigs and hens fossick in the dirt and bees buzz through orchards in bloom .(6) Fortunately, bloom does not affect the flavour or melting properties of chocolate and disappears once the chocolate is melted.(7) Paraffin wax is purposely added to a mixture to create a surface bloom which acts as a barrier to sun-checking and oxidation.(8) Love can grow and bloom well if it is blessed with full and strong trust.(9) The variegation is a nice feature in a shady garden, especially when nothing is in bloom .(10) How to hold onto belief that colour and voice will bloom in this place?(11) The middle of the miniature is dominated by a large treetrunk in front of which a rosebush is in bloom .(12) To see these and other roses in bloom , visit municipal rose gardens or nurseries.(13) an 18-foot-long steel bloom emerges red-hot from a new reheat furnace(14) There are so many beautiful women in Thailand, and now since I am well past 40 I am no longer in the bloom of youth.(15) It is not entirely accurate to claim English players are generally held back instead of being given their chance in the full bloom of youthful innocence.(16) To determine the level of bloom occurrence, the bloom was removed from the fruit surface by cellophane tape, and then affixed to a black acryl-board.
(1) in bloom :: yn ei blodau
1. flower ::
2. prime ::
3. radiance ::
4. bloom of youth ::
blodeuo o ieuenctid
5. efflorescence ::
6. flush ::
7. blooming ::
8. blossom ::
9. flower ::
10. flourish ::
11. blossom ::
Different Formsbloom, bloomed, blooming, blooms
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