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    • Join Date: Nov 2008
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    blossom forth

    Hi everyone,

    Could you please explain me what this verb means. My british and american dictionaries explain it without forth. My Canbridge dictionary of American English says, "(of a tree or plant) to produce flowers that develop into fruit". For example: The cherry tree is beginning to blossom. Although this sentence with "blossom" is perfectly clear to me, "blossom forth" remains incognito. Could it mean something else? Sourse: This person's life will blossom forth...

    TIA


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