Blook



noun
a book published on a weblog in a series of instalments
a printed book derived from a weblog

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    the flower of a plant. flowers collectively: the bloom of the cherry tree. state of having the buds opened: The gardens are all in bloom. a flourishing, healthy condition; the time or period of greatest beauty, artistry, etc.: the bloom of youth; the bloom of Romanticism. a glow or flush on the cheek indicative of […]

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  • Bloomed

    the flower of a plant. flowers collectively: the bloom of the cherry tree. state of having the buds opened: The gardens are all in bloom. a flourishing, healthy condition; the time or period of greatest beauty, artistry, etc.: the bloom of youth; the bloom of Romanticism. a glow or flush on the cheek indicative of […]

  • Bloomer

    a costume for women, advocated about 1850 by Amelia Jenks Bloomer, consisting of a short skirt, loose trousers gathered and buttoned at the ankle, and often a coat and a wide hat. bloomers, (used with a plural verb) loose trousers gathered at the knee, formerly worn by women as part of a gymnasium, riding, or […]



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