abloom abloom  /əb ˈlum/


  • (adj) bursting into flower


  1. Once again, a spate of new books on Hitler and his era are setting bookstore shelves abloom with the inevitable swastikas and Chaplinesque mustaches.
  2. Despite center-right warnings, the voters still lean leftWith elections only a month away, France's bleak wintry landscape was suddenly abloom with bright billboards.
  3. The South that had escaped the storms and floods was abloom with forsythia, magnolias and the ubiquitous azalea.


  • Morning photo: Colorado wildflowers

    Summit County abloom with color FRISCO —For the past few days I’ve been posting landscape-level views of the incredible wildflower display that’s under way at the lower elevations of Summit County, so I thought it would be fun to zoom in a little bit and show some of these characters closeup. I found more than […]
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Summit County Citizens Voice

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