Blossom–into



the flower of a plant, especially of one producing an edible fruit.
the state of flowering:
The apple tree is in blossom.
Botany. to produce or yield blossoms.
to flourish; develop (often followed by into or out):
a writer of commercial jingles who blossomed out into an important composer.
(of a parachute) to open.
noun
the flower or flowers of a plant, esp conspicuous flowers producing edible fruit
the time or period of flowering (esp in the phrases in blossom, in full blossom)
verb (intransitive)
(of plants) to come into flower
to develop or come to a promising stage: youth had blossomed into maturity
n.
v.
Also, blossom out. Develop, flourish, as in She’s blossomed into a fine young woman, or His business has blossomed out and he’s doing well. [ Second half of 1800s ]

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