blossomy

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

blossom +‎ -y; also possibly descended from to Middle English blosmy, from Old English blōstmig.

Adjective[edit]

blossomy (comparative blossomier or more blossomy, superlative blossomiest or most blossomy)

  1. Similar to blossom.

Usage notes[edit]

An irregular superlative form blossomest was used shortly before his death by the English playwright Dennis Potter in a television interview.