blossoming (Meaning)

Wordnet

blossoming (n)

the time and process of budding and unfolding of blossoms

Webster

blossoming (p. pr. & vb. n.)

of Blossom

blossoming Sentence Examples

  1. Springtime brings with it the promise of blossoming flowers and renewed vitality.
  2. She watched with delight as the trees outside her window began their blossoming process.
  3. In the park, families gathered to witness the blossoming of the cherry trees, a yearly tradition.
  4. With each passing day, her interest in painting was blossoming into a true passion.
  5. The garden was a symphony of colors, with flowers blossoming in every corner.
  6. As the days grew longer, so did their friendship, blossoming into something beautiful.
  7. The young artist's talent was blossoming, evident in every stroke of the brush.
  8. Amidst the chaos of the city, a sense of community was blossoming among the neighbors.
  9. The town's economy was blossoming thanks to the recent influx of tourists.
  10. Despite the challenges they faced, their love was blossoming, stronger than ever before.

FAQs About the word blossoming

the time and process of budding and unfolding of blossomsof Blossom

flourishing, flowering,burgeoning, blooming, infantile, babyish, green, unripe, embryonic,undeveloped

senior, matured, adult, aging, ancient, aged, senescent, aging, elderly, aged

Springtime brings with it the promise of blossoming flowers and renewed vitality.

She watched with delight as the trees outside her window began their blossoming process.

In the park, families gathered to witness the blossoming of the cherry trees, a yearly tradition.

With each passing day, her interest in painting was blossoming into a true passion.