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    bloom vs blossom?

    What is the difference between "bloom" and "blossom"? Are they interchangeable? Many thanks.

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    Re: bloom vs blossom?

    In reference to plant flowers yes, they are interchangeable. There are some fairly obscure definitions of Bloom where it would not be correct to substitute blossom.

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    Re: bloom vs blossom?

    They are not interchangeable for me, maoyueh.

    Have you read the Similar Threads on the subject, listed at the bottom of the page?

    Rover

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