A condition, time, or period of flowering. See Synonyms at bloom1.(noun)
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Use "florescence" in a sentence
"Although, like Crash, Lord Horror is composed in conventional narrative, it is not what it seems; it is an intricate tableau, or rather a series of tableaux, a florescence from a central idea, which we expanded into picaresque forms that really make no overall narrative sense."
"I was sitting on the floor with my back resting against the tub, washed in florescence, the door closed and locked."
"The low-watt florescence lights, the sweet edgy smells, the greetings with hands so dry they feel like crushed autumn leaves."