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blossom (much commoner than ‘bloom’)
1. one lovely and full of promise Wint. III. iii. 45 “Blossom, speed thee well,” 1H6 IV. vii. 16, (ironically) Tit. IV. ii. 73.
2. “in the blossoms,” in the prime, at the height Wint. V. ii. 140, Ham. I. v. 76 “in the blossoms of my sin.”
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