Blossoming

Antonyms of BLOSSOMING

Examples of usage:

  1. Soon a thousand white signals of surrender were blossoming. "The Last Shot" by Frederick Palmer
  2. It does not represent Impressionism in all its brilliancy, since the works by which it is composed had been bought by Caillebotte at a time, when his friends were still far from having arrived at the full blossoming of their qualities. "The French Impressionists (1860-1900)" by Camille Mauclair
  3. I rode past them one morning, noted all manner of fruit trees blossoming, heard birds singing in their branches, and saw young storks fishing in the little pools that the rains of winter had left. "Morocco" by S.L. Bensusan
  4. The result is a wheel effect and not that of a great blossoming rose. "Stained Glass Tours in France" by Charles Hitchcock Sherrill
  5. The sun sank down beneath the hills, the clouds changed into the likeness of blossoming rose- gardens; and he still sat there in the gathering darkness till a cool breeze blew upon him, and he rose with a sigh, and turned back to the brick ramparts and the glimmering streets, and the noisy idlers sauntering to and fro in the procession of their dismal festival. "The House of Souls" by Arthur Machen
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