abloom

[uh-bloom]
adverb, adjective
in bloom; blossoming; flowering.

Origin:
1850–55; a-1 + bloom1

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abloom (əˈbluːm)
 
adj
(postpositive) in flower; blooming

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Example sentences
The weeds were abloom with tiny purple blossoms and gave forth an overpowering fragrance.
There are literally thousands and always something abloom.
And in spring and summer you'll find the area abloom with wildflowers that attract lots of butterflies.
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