/ (bluːmd) /

  1. photog optics (of a lens) coated with a thin film of magnesium fluoride or some other substance to reduce the amount of light lost by reflection: Also called: coated

Words Nearby bloomed

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How to use bloomed in a sentence

  • Crops grew, orchards bloomed, vines bore a full vintage, and bushes yielded because he made them do so.

    David Lannarck, Midget | George S. Harney
  • Lilacs and snowballs bloomed, and Professor Kelton went serenely about among his roses.

    A Hoosier Chronicle | Meredith Nicholson
  • For she was unknown even by several people whom she knew and that, too, pleased her—to have bloomed so quite beyond their ken.

  • The forest it bloomed, the boughs leaves put forth— She excels every damsel in beauty and worth.

  • The spot where it was held never bloomed again with flower or herb; the burning feet of the demons blighted it for ever.

    Witch, Warlock, and Magician | William Henry Davenport Adams