bloomy

adjective
\ˈblü-mē \

Definition of bloomy 

1 : full of bloom

2 : covered with bloom bloomy plums

3 : showing freshness or vitality all the bloomy flush of life is fled— Oliver Goldsmith

4 : having or being a thin, whitish rind formed on cheese by exposure to mold … a sophisticated bohemian crowd sipping Baltic whites with their bloomy cheeses.— Lesley Bargar Suter Soft cheeses usually have a soft interior and a bloomy rind—a rind that is pliable and edible.— Peggy Cullen

First Known Use of bloomy

1606, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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