early-blooming early-blooming


  • (adj) of plants that bloom during the spring


  1. A younger son of a comparable dynasty in Victorian England who displayed Winthrop's early-blooming symptoms of rebelliousness and high living would have been packed off to .
  2. He was the pursued rather than the pursuer in his relations with his Lolita doll Nan Britton, a doctor's early-blooming daughter who decorated her bedroom with Harding photographs .


  • The sights of spring

    In a sure sign of spring’s coming, a woman walks past an early-blooming daffodil Monday morning along East Second Avenue. Look for more early-bloomers this week. The National Weather Service expects Durango’s high temperatures to reach into the low 60s on Thursday and Friday.
    on March 18, 2014     Source: The Durango Herald


  • "We're not sure if the world treats the early-blooming girls differently or whether the actual biological process of going through puberty alters a girl's judgment and decision-making and puts her at risk," Steingraber said.
    on Jun 12, 2008 By: Sandra Steingraber Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

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