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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Blossom Forth aims to provide childcare, support and advice for parents of children with disabilities or additional needs.
Blossom Forth was the idea of entrepreneur Katherine Hagan, 30, whose nine-yearold son has cerebral palsy.
A fine performance of Walton's Crown Imperial matched an almost surreal, glass-like interpretation of Delius's Walk to the Paradise Garden, where Wilson kept a tight rein on the RLPO, allowing orchestral colours to blossom forth.
Youth and pop cultures as well as global influences and diverse cultural perspectives will blossom forth, allowing theatre to play what David Jubb of London's Battersea Arts Centre wrote he hopes for--"a more dynamic and responsive role in 21st-century life."
Maybe a 5-year-old won't figure out that Fiona's bark is worse than her bite, but most of the audience knows this bitter crone will soon blossom forth into the usual gracious, high-cheekboned Seymour.