Synonyms for abloom
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : uh-bloom|
|Phonetic Transcription : əˈblum|
Définition of abloom
- As in flowering : adj blooming
- The deck is all abloom with pretty girls in pretty hats and pretty suits.
- Extract from : « Ship-Bored » by Julian Street
- The cliffs are abloom with blossoms of gold, like a garden of woodland flowers.
- Extract from : « Saronia » by Richard Short
- They come when our daffodils are all abloom, and go when the roses are fading.
- Extract from : « Birds of the wave and woodland » by Phil (Philip Stewart) Robinson
- Serena blushed a little and Aronson's cheeks were all abloom.
- Extract from : « The Incendiary » by W. A. (William Augustine) Leahy
- The rhododendron, which the mountaineer calls laurel, was abloom.
- Extract from : « When 'Bear Cat' Went Dry » by Charles Neville Buck
- The purple heather was all abloom along the slopes of the hill-sides.
- Extract from : « In the Days of My Youth » by Amelia Ann Blandford Edwards
- In the garden beneath blackbirds sang, and the pale primroses were abloom.
- Extract from : « Fair Margaret » by H. Rider Haggard
- The sunny lustre comes back to Violet's eyes, and her cheeks are abloom, her lips part in a half-smile.
- Extract from : « Floyd Grandon's Honor » by Amanda Minnie Douglas
- Her valleys are all abloom with millions of fruit trees, and spring is well advanced.
- Extract from : « Winged Wheels in France » by Michael Myers Shoemaker
- I stopped for a moment in the doorway, and saw, abloom there before me, a magical maze of flowers.
- Extract from : « Missy » by Dana Gatlin
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