Definition Of bloom

verb

a delicate powdery surface deposit on certain fresh fruits, leaves, or stems.

This waxy layer forms the grape's typically whitish surface, called the bloom .

a flower, especially one cultivated for its beauty.

an exotic bloom

a full bright sound, especially in a musical recording.

the remastering has lost some of the bloom of the strings

a mass of iron, steel, or other metal hammered or rolled into a thick bar for further working.

Once the iron had cooled and set, a file was drawn over the surface to gauge the hardness of the iron bloom to see if it had any steel in it - the file being of a known quality itself.

a youthful or healthy glow in a person's complexion.

her face had lost its usual bloom


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Example Of bloom

  • A new multi-mineral ingredient can improve fat bloom resistance in chocolate, while boosting the mineral content of the products, according to the manufacturer.

  • a young girl, still in the bloom of youth

  • an 18-foot-long steel bloom emerges red-hot from a new reheat furnace

  • an exotic bloom

  • Around her, women and animals bloom , trees and flowers blossom, and her womb fills up with stones.


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