aflower

adjective
aflow·​er | \ ə-ˈflau̇(-ə)r\

Definition of aflower

: flowering meadows aflower in the warm sun

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First Known Use of aflower

1869, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for aflower

a- entry 1 + flower, verb

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