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Blossomy \Blos"som*y\, a. Full of blossoms; flowery.


a. Similar to blossom.


Blossomy is the eleventh studio album (the 13th album overall) by the Taiwanese Mandopop girl group S.H.E. It was released on November 16, 2012 by HIM International Music, two years and eight months after their last album, SHERO. It was their first album since member Selina Ren sustained serious burn injuries in an accident while shooting a drama.

The title track, "花又開好了" (Blossomy), was first broadcast on Hit FM on October 22, 2012. The full version was released on October 24, 2012. Its accompanying music video was broadcast on seven Taiwanese news channels.

The album is the sixth best-selling album in Taiwan in 2012. The tracks "花又開好了" (Blossomy), "心還是熱的" (Warm Heart) and "像女孩的女人" (The Innocent Women) are listed at number 5, 38 and 57 respectively on Hit FM's Annual Top 100 Singles Chart for 2012.

Usage examples of "blossomy".

He thought of her as his last fleeting glimpse had shown her, beautiful, not with the blossomy prettiness that passes away with the spring sunshine, but with a rich vitality of which noble outlines and winning expression were only the natural accidents.

Night has drawn her jewelled pall And through the branches twinkling fireflies trace Their mimic constellations, if it fall That one should see the moon rise through the lace Of blossomy boughs above the garden wall, That surely would he take great ill thereof And famish in a fit of unexpressive love.

Before the carriage reached the big, lion-headed stone pillars at the end of the drive, she had stripped the white lace gloves from her hands and the blossomy hat from her head.

Mac Aidan ran his hands along the length of her hair, bringing it up to his face and breathing in the sweet blossomy scent.

A single slender path of blossomy clouds crossed this sky, like feathers left behind.

She had no more blossomy openings dusting pollen over her man, neither any glistening young fruit where the petals used to be.

Richmond, and all the loveliness of spring spread out before uswildflowers in bloom, little lambs frolicking in the fields, birds swinging and singing on blossomy boughs.

Under the ivory bridges of Teloe flow rivers of liquid gold bearing pleasure-barges bound for blossomy Cytharion of the Seven Suns.

A delightful, spicy fragrance exhaled from the blossomy thickets which fringed the river margin.

An old gray house, surrounded by willows, in a blossomy brook valley, looked more promising, but did not seem quite the thing either.

This yard was large, and railed the alleys, And shadow'd well with blossomy boughes green, And benched new, and sanded all the ways, In which she walked arm and arm between.