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Spell check of bloom

Correct spelling: bloom

Synonyms:
prime of life, thrill, ruddiness, mental health, meridian, efflorescence, membrane, skin rash, blanket, get ahead, glow, complected, blossom, vertex, constitution, blooming, come out, rose, skin, unfold, climb, blossoming, floret, centerpiece, come up, fitness, thrive, blotchy, calloused, springtime, tiptop, bear, rush, bunch, choke, prime quantity, vizor, full-blown, buttonhole, bloom of youth, crest, better, height, apex, paint, glowing, prime, freckled, surface, anthesis, salad days, bud, cover, extremum, well-being, rash, shape, floruit, die back, condition, wellness, complexioned, color, health, layer, flower, florescence, eyeshade, top, flourish, high noon, fade, gush, bouquet, elevation, point, roseola, scabby, blush, flowery, flush, plate, charge, boot, tip, acme, win out, ill health, summit, inflorescence, nosegay, blossom out, state, pinnacle, prosper, superlative, succeed, bang, floweret, fresh, outpouring, bill, lined, flowering, visor, heyday, kick, clear, crown, blossom forth, boutonniere, achieve, peak, hot flash, rosiness.

Antonyms:
whiteness, wilting, downfall, decay, pallidness, sallowness, bottom, wanness, greenness, shriveling, paleness, pallor, nadir, greenishness, withering, decline.

Examples of usage:

1) They were not bronzed like the men, and even in the moonlight it struck her that their faces lacked the delicate bloom of the average Englishwoman's skin. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

2) Look at the bloom on their hair, blue as the light on raven's wing, and the flour on their faces, hanging thick on their black eyebrows. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.

3) It was characteristic of him that he could touch a theme that in all superficial aspects was sordid without the loss of the bloom of true romance. - "George Du Maurier, the Satirist of the Victorians", T. Martin Wood.

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