blossom

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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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An exotic alternative to a chardonnay, this blossomy, full-bodied white just stops itself from tipping over the edge, and tastes quite delicious with seared scallops or delicate fish dishes.
Briny, blossomy nose followed by long, gentle lemon, golden apple, and Asian pear.
The violent bats swerved to and fro, The brightness went, Leaving the sky as any shell Delicate and pure; Soundless flitted past the moths Through the dim blossomy air.
I have stared so long at this tree / I am grown blossomy.
I bought a gorgeous little Japanese blossomy thing on Saturday (I said I'm interested in gardening, I didn't say I actually know anything about it) which I was hoping to pot out on Sunday, until my mum told me the plant would need sheltering against the wind and the pot might crack if there was a frost.
With blossomy notes, laced with a tinge of citrus, the fragrance is light and floral without being too sweet or cloying.
April Einstein through the blossomy waters rebellious, laughing under liberty's dead arm has come among the daffodils shouting that flowers and men were created relatively equal.