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blossom

the flower or flowers of a plant, esp conspicuous flowers producing edible fruit

blossom

[′bläs·əm]
(botany)
(geology)
The oxidized or decomposed outcrop of a vein or coal bed. Also known as bloom.
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And can I, heedless of their beauty, doom them to pain and grief, that I might save my own dear blossoms from the cruel foes to which I leave them?
Sadly they watched over every bird and blossom which she had loved, and strove to be like her in kindly words and deeds.
March and April are the busiest months for guests visiting Japan, and coincide with the very short period when the cherry blossoms are in bloom.
The majority of cherry blossoms along the street belong to the species Cerasus Kanazawa and Cerasus serrulata.
In his other life Issa wished to be a white butterfly and when he had achieved that, wished to be a cherry blossom.
The inclusion of dried banana blossoms gives the dish a distinct aroma and sweetness.
Riverdale" Season 1 recently revealed that Clifford Blossom (Barclay Hope) was the one who murdered his own son, Jason Blossom (Trevor Stines).
Blossoms have had a very busy 2016 playing live to sold out venues and packed festival tents across the UK and Europe.
Titan arum blossoms can grow to be 6 to 8 feet tall.
Kyoto is an ideal city within which to enjoy the cherry blossoms because of its location and history.
It is obtained from fresh rose blossom comprising the petals and sepals of roses of the species Rosa damascena Mill.
The park sparkled with light pink blossoms, almost white under the pale sunlight, ushering in the first sign of spring.