outbloom

verb

Definition of outbloom

transitive verb
:to exceed in bloom
  • outbloomed all other flowers in the garden
intransitive verb
[1out + bloom]
1 :to come into bloom
  • outbloomed in glories manifold
  • —Clinton Scollard
2 :to have finished blooming
  • her azaleas which were famous but all outbloomed by the time we got there
  • —Catherine Hutter

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Origin and Etymology of outbloom

out- + bloom


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