blossom forth


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blossom forth

1. Of a plant, to bloom. I can't wait for the flowers I planted to blossom forth and fill our yard with color!
2. Of a person or thing, to quickly grow and mature. It feels like my kids blossomed forth into adulthood in no time at all. I had a much easier time writing my second novel—the idea for its plot just blossomed forth overnight.
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blossom forth

 
1. Lit. [for a plant] to burst into flower. All the trees blossomed forth at the same time. Each spring my tulips blossom forth in all their glory.
2. Fig. [for someone or a concept] to develop or grow quickly. A wonderful idea blossomed forth and caught on quickly. That summer she suddenly blossomed forth into a young woman.
See also: blossom, forth
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As a result, local parents will have a pool of care and support they can tap into, with Blossom Forth acting as an agency to broker services.
Each happiness will blossom forth like a shaded light-from the anxious bulbs refused for the season: these tulips were never so beautiful; swinging-lights until they crashed their heads in the drive-way.
Pallavi ("to blossom forth,'), an abstract dance, showed the choreographic possibilities of the odissi technique as the dancers displayed varied combinations of rhythms.
We can make the earth blossom forth in all of its beauty or we can destroy the planet.
Kind of false hairline": connotes temporal gist apparatuses capable of withholding dregs as they blossom forth and back within a minute crevice perturbed by nautilus recession.
In this Moscow spring, this May 1988, we may be allowed that hope-that freedom, like the fresh green sapling planted over Tolstoi's grave, will blossom forth at last in the rich fertile soil of your people and culture.