Somewhere at the foot of his brain, an understanding was beginning to effloresce with the sea's water, under the sun.
Love of a kind there was, but it was too matter-of-fact and practical in its nature to effloresce into sentimentality.
Unlike the generality of ugly heroines, you will not see me develop and effloresce into beauty toward the end of my story.
Do I, from scholar, effloresce into literary man, author by profession?
In that time they begin to effloresce, and to throw out a reddish matter on their surface.
The crystals may be purchased pure, but they effloresce in dry air with loss of water.
But the broad principles will effloresce into all manner of perfectnesses and all fruits.
effloresce ef·flo·resce (ěf'lə-rěs')
v. ef·flo·resced, ef·flo·resc·ing, ef·flo·resc·es
To blossom; bloom.
To become a powder by losing water of crystallization, as when a hydrated crystal is exposed to air.