Definition of Outblooming
1. outbloom [v] - See also: outbloom
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Literary usage of Outblooming
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dictionary of the Bible: Comprising Its Antiquities, Biography, Geography by William Smith, Horatio Balch Hackett, Ezra Abbot (1872)
"... is but half-regenerated, when the grace of (iod has not its outblooming in gentleness, courtesy, and kii.ilness in the whole intercourse of I life. ..."
2. The New World: A Quarterly Review of Religion, Ethics and Theology by Charles Carroll Everett, Crawford Howell Toy, Orello Cone, Nicholas Paine Gilman (1892)
"... and outblooming of powers and affections which had never been dislodged, though for a season overlaid and suppressed by the abuse of that moral freedom ..."
3. Christian Consolations by Andrew Preston Peabody (1864)
"In the outblooming of the world around us, we feel a more elastic assurance that the blighted blossoms of our homes and hearts bloom in celestial gardens. ..."
4. Atalantis: A Story of the Sea by William Gilmore Simms (1848)
"... Outshining the planets, outblooming the flowers. Less glory, though bright in their beauty, bestowing Atal. Thy song delights me not—nay, ..."