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  • Over time, the two grow more serious and their feelings blossom into true love.
  • Life was good for a few weeks and their friendship soon blossomed into something much more.
  • And she had begun by feeling still younger than before, after suddenly blossoming into independence. Cited from The Guests Of Hercules, by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  • What started as an innocent love blossoms into a serious relationship as months pass.
  • Love is compared to the way spring blossoms into lives, bringing a sense of hope.
  • The mission began as a few volunteers but has blossomed into quite the operation now.
  • Her troubles seemed to be over; life was blossoming into beauty once more. Cited from Dotty Dimple at Her Grandmother's, by Sophie May
  • Can we measure the development of a blossom into the perfect flower? Cited from Poise: How to Attain It, by D. Starke
  • The word burst into a new meaning, blossomed into a new truth. Cited from Who Cares?, by Cosmo Hamilton
  • It is at the frame-house stage, and will soon blossom into the red-brick stage. Cited from In the Midst of Alarms, by Robert Barr
  • Here and there the trees looked as if their tips had blossomed into fire. Cited from The Hudson, by Wallace Bruce
  • Will it take root and blossom into character, fine thought, and worthy conduct? Cited from How to Teach Religion, by George Herbert Betts
  • And soon they discover yet more information that soon blossoms into the shocking truth.
  • Two years later, he moved to Spartak where he blossomed into a star.
  • This simple goal has blossomed into the brightest new program in the state.
  • The daily newspaper had just blossomed into its full radiance in the modern world. Cited from The Man in Gray, by Thomas Dixon
  • Life seemed about to blossom into a great flower of scarlet and gold. Cited from There & Back, by George MacDonald
  • Their friendship blossoms into a tender romance and they both fall in love.
  • "You'll blossom into a credit to your country if you don't take care." Cited from Captains Courageous, by Rudyard Kipling
  • At the school she blossoms into a young woman.
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