Origin of florescence
OTHER WORDS FROM florescenceflo·res·cent, adjectivere·flo·res·cence, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH florescenceflorescence , fluorescence
Words nearby florescence
How to use florescence in a sentence
In the work of Sir Walter Scott this form of literature attained its florescence.
Royal grace and nobility, sovereign peacefulness and power—every beauty shone out like natural florescence.
It was like a florescence of that dear belated creature whose mind had been awakened by his affection.
But, all the same, it is no mean rival to the quieter process of vegetable florescence.Night and Day|Virginia Woolf
Art was a unit, and its divine florescence spread from France over all Europe.Rodin: The Man and his Art|Judith Cladel