- a (of flowers) having petals
- Sure, there is a much-remarked-upon bloom of anger in his speeches, but it's petaled with irony.
- To celebrate the first evening of spring, girls wore their gayest dresses flaring Pucci pajamas, metal-petaled above-the-knee A-lines, the newest see-through evening gowns.
- Both flowers are calendulas, one a large, golden, double-petaled variety, the other an orange semidouble.
News & Articles
- A quiet birth
The stiff-petaled cone squats, poised in a birdcage of dried needles. Barbs, the size of small fish hooks, fail to capture the plump oval of seed slipping from the womb of the tree.
Oct. 24, 2013 - The North Coast Journal