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Things blossoming often describes (“blossoming ________”)
time, period, trees, flowers, plants, tree, chain, career, out, flower, country, avenue, emergence, plum, tangle, happiness, shrubs, earth, roses, flax, laburnum, scene, varieties, gorse, spring, cherries, bush, garden, cotton, staff, variety, season, chrysanthemums, hopes

Descriptive words:
full, sudden, first, new, early, great, late, second, cultural, final, brief, real, rich, recent, remarkable, extraordinary, white, passionate, gradual, fullest, intellectual, spiritual, normal, unprecedented, rapid, perfect, natural, wonderful, true, fresh, glorious, swift, literary, sweet, miraculous, brilliant, slow, abundant, spontaneous, future, unexpected, splendid, premature, beautiful, fair, artistic, creative, subsequent, initial, luxuriant, red, earliest, sexual, fragrant, magnificent, simultaneous, incomparable, immediate, pink, bright, like, wondrous, profuse, eternal, earlier, continued, out, cinematic, fruitful, cloudy, marvellous, veritable, continuous, eventual, subtle, strange, lotus, exuberant, finest, belated, supreme, joyous

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Book See blossoming used in context: 2 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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