And after efflorescence,—decay; the old organization, by degrees, dissolved in the greater freedom of art.
And all this efflorescence of sacred splendour was created, little by little, by her deft fingers.
But, according to my observations, an efflorescence occurring during the week following parturition is in most instances septic.
Commerce, then, is merely 'the efflorescence of our agriculture.'
In some there was an efflorescence on the skin like the scarlet fever, and these recovered.
The efflorescence and sore-throat were often met with separately.
I remarked that the ground was covered in many places with an efflorescence of salt, and the plants were not numerous.
The surfaces of the slates were covered with an efflorescence of alum and sulphur.
Betty's eyes, too, strayed more and more often from her plate, and from Temple to the efflorescence of this new beauty-light.
Now, in this notion of "efflorescence" there is an element of truth.