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bloomy

[ bloo-mee ]
/ ˈblu mi /
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adjective, bloom·i·er, bloom·i·est.

covered with blossoms; in full flower.
Botany. having a bloom, as fruit.

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Origin of bloomy

First recorded in 1585–95; bloom1 + -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for bloomy

bloomy
/ (ˈbluːmɪ) /

adjective bloomier or bloomiest

having a fine whitish coating on the surface, such as on the rind of a cheese
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