Sentence for blossoms | Use blossoms in a sentence

A sentence using the word blossoms. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use blossoms in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for blossoms.

  • Why not be satisfied by a sniff at the blossoms? (10)
  • I am not fond of nettles or thistles, or heath blossoms. (4)
  • June saw Irene look up at him through her screen of blossoms. (8)
  • A composer of aphorisms can pluck blossoms even from a razor-prop. (10)
  • The fragrance of the bruised blossoms remained clinging to the air. (8)
  • I stretch out my hand after one of those blue blossoms, and know my guilt. (12)
  • The blossoms fell, he flung his arms around her, and kissed her on the lips. (8)
  • Not only his blossoms withered, his being seemed to draw in its shoots and twigs. (10)
  • Outside in the Square Gardens a shower, the sunlight, and blossoms, were entangled. (8)
  • Wistaria and early roses, clustering in, had but the ghost of color on their blossoms. (8)
  • And above him, and around, the blossoms, more living, more moonlit than ever, seemed to glow and breathe. (8)
  • The blossoms seemed to be rising at him through the darkness; as though putting up their faces to be kissed. (8)
  • The seeds of mignonette rained on his neck, and as she let the blossoms fall, their perfume fanned his face. (8)
  • With the scent of sap, and the song of birds, and the bursting of the blossoms, it would have been unbearable! (8)
  • You might liken it to a tree, deep-rooted in the earth, expanding in the air with many branches and twigs, buds and blossoms. (12)
  • The scarcely curving breasts with their rosy blossoms had a sweet loveliness of form that filled him with dread and with pain. (12)
  • The Colonel put his nose to blossoms here and there, but they had little scent, as if they knew that the season was already over. (8)
  • Even in its pale representation, the fury of hatred burst forth like seething lava, and turned the blossoms of the earth to ashes. (12)
  • Michael Mont was whirling his arms above him; she could see them dashing at his head; then waving at the moonlit blossoms of the acacia. (8)
  • On the stony slopes at Theben I first saw an everlasting flower with pinkish-mauve blossoms, which grows abundantly east of this point. (20)
  • She spent much time in her garden, where the blossoms had all dropped, lilac was over, acacias coming into bloom, and blackbirds silent. (8)
  • I think that would interest them very much, and I shall not mind their plucking my Barmecide blossoms, and carrying them home by the armfuls. (9)
  • And Lennan waited, his eyes fixed on those blossoms so like to little blue butterflies and strange-hued crickets, tethered to the pale green stems. (8)
  • On the rocks grows a genista with slender twigs and a spike of yellow blossoms, and there are patches of evening-primroses in the more open places. (20)
  • A blackbird hidden among the blossoms of an acacia, burst into evening song, and another great grey munition-wagon rumbled out through the Park gate. (8)

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