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Synonyms for bloom

Synonyms for bloom

the showy reproductive structure of a plant

a condition or time of vigor and freshness

a fresh rosy complexion

to bear flowers

to grow rapidly and luxuriantly

a relatively long, straight, rigid piece of metal or other solid material

Synonyms for bloom

the organic process of bearing flowers

the best time of youth

a rosy color (especially in the cheeks) taken as a sign of good health

the period of greatest prosperity or productivity

a powdery deposit on a surface

produce or yield flowers

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Visually, the variety of colors within blooms is especially striking.
BLOOMs mobile harvesting units, developed by parent company ALGIX, remove algae as well as potentially harmful nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus that feed algae growthreturning clean, filtered water back to habitat.
Algae blooms color the landscape throughout the world, and are not new to lakes and rivers.
In particular, they are concerned about the-possibility that the consumers of phytoplankton may be unable to match the earlier blooms and avoid disruptions of critical life-cycle stages such as egg hatching and larval development.
Springtime blooms occur as surface-temperatures rise, warming nutrient-rich water that has risen from the cold ocean depths all winter.
2 million on Blooms of Bressingham in February - he is now integrating it into Wyevale, which his West Coast Capital vehicle bought for pounds 323 million in April 2006.
Jim Coiner of Coiner Nursery in La Verne developed the celebratory roses: one a 4 1/2-inch hybrid tea with ruffled pink-blend blooms and the other a compact floribunda with deep lavender blooms.
CoastWatch also plans to post satellite maps of regions where blooms exist or are developing on its website.
THE durability of the flowing, holy-man hair on his head was in itself a near-miracle of cultivation and, when it combined with the gipsy ear-rings and the creases on a face which had weathered over many seasons, you had a figure to whom the name Bloom belonged most piquantly.
Saltburn In Bloom's 2005 campaign is officially underway, with green-fingered volunteers looking forward to a seventh year of competing nationally in Britain in Bloom.
May Walsh be the first term in a new series of fan/entrepreneurs, and may a thousand Blooms flower.
Most of us, myself included, give cautiously, counting the cost, counting the blooms, realistically and understandably wanting to be sure that we can take care of ourselves and our own.
Luscious blooms unfurl on many camellias this month in the mild-winter West, just in time for the holidays.
Autumn Lilac[TM] Features Brilliant Lavender Blooms
When it comes to wintertime blooms, people often prefer filling their homes with a little bit of springtime.
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