effloresce


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Synonyms for effloresce

to bear flowers

Synonyms for effloresce

come into or as if into flower

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assume crystalline form

become encrusted with crystals due to evaporation

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Oceansize, who are starting to cause a few waves after the release of their debut album Effloresce last year, are currently promoting the release of their next single, live favourite Catalyst, which is out on Monday and also includes the wonderfully titled Women Who Love Men Who Love Drugs.
The same holds true for similar activities, frequently organised by the clubs that effloresce in these cities and towns, such as the highly popular declamation and writing contests (perlombaan), literary for a cum public discussions, literary festivals, or the publication of anthologies of poetry and short prose as well as literary periodicals in typically small editions and with limited orbits.
The central stanzas of the poem dwell exhaustively on the poetic voice's delight in imagining the "proud growth" that shall effloresce when "that hour's thirsting race be run" (p.
More romance than ethnography, more parable than report, Gabbeh has the cast of a Robert Flaherty documentary (or Georges Rouquier's Farrebique) but the look of something more boldly imaginative: a folk weaving, patterned with brilliant lumps of fruit, shining birds that seem to effloresce from a tree, bands of human figures clothed in the same bright colors as the fabric of which they're a part.
Recent theory sometimes seems to do away with the author, and as the previous paragraphs show, it can sometimes seem, as simple things effloresce into very complicated things, that we can never retrieve anything authorial at all from a play.
while all that's trivial, weak, That wears a shirker's shirt or coward's coat, Or just bespeaks a self dead set on never Growing up is sure to be approved By yay-hoos who've, like clerks in record stores (Qualified by nothing but a staring Self-assurance), no right to an opinion On anything at all, since what they sell's A toxic oil spill meant to fill the ears Of adolescents till their foreheads effloresce In one big zit, an angry headlight, set To pop and hurl a hard-packed blackhead like A bullet halfway 'cross the room, splatting Those around with pus and blood in token Of the seething rancor teens today Are choked with once they clap a pair of headphones on.
In one pair of images, two bulbous forms effloresce in molten red-oranges, their seductive but ominous beauty synonymous with total destruction.