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blooms, plural;
  1. Make (metal) into such a mass

  1. A mass of iron, steel, or other metal hammered or rolled into a thick bar for further working

  2. An unworked mass of puddled iron

  1. blooming: the organic process of bearing flowers; "you will stop all bloom if you let the flowers go to seed"
  2. produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"
  3. flower: reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
  4. the best time of youth
  5. a rosy color (especially in the cheeks) taken as a sign of good health
  6. flower: the period of greatest prosperity or productivity
  7. Bloom is the third studio album released by Audio Adrenaline. Music videos were made for the songs "Never Gonna Be As Big As Jesus" and "Free Ride".
  8. A bloomery is a type of furnace once widely used for smelting iron from its oxides. The bloomery was the earliest form of smelter capable of smelting iron. A bloomery's product is a porous mass of iron and slag called a bloom. ...
  9. Semi-finished casting products are intermediate castings produced in a foundry that need further processing before being a finished good. There are four types: ingots, billets, blooms, and slabs.
  10. Bloom is Eric Johnson's fifth studio release, released in June 2005. It was the first studio release since his 1996 album Venus Isle almost nine years prior. ...
  11. Bloom is a 2003 Irish film written and directed by Sean Walsh, based on the novel Ulysses by James Joyce. The film premiered at the 2003 Taormina Film Festival. Angeline Ball won the award for "Best Actress in a Film" at the Irish Film and Television Awards.
  12. Bloom is a 2004 compilation album by Gabriel & Dresden that collects songs by the duo and various other artists from the Nettwerk label. The first three tracks were originally featured on the EP Arcadia.
  13. A blossom; the flower of a plant; an expanded bud; Flowers, collectively; The opening of flowers in general; the state of blossoming or of having the flowers open; A state or time of beauty, freshness, and vigor/vigour; an opening to higher perfection, analogous to that of buds into blossoms; ...
  14. (blooming) The act by which something blooms; The process of making blooms from the ore or from cast iron; Opening in blossoms; flowering; Thriving in health, beauty, and vigor, vigour; indicating the freshness and beauties of youth or health; bloody (in its vulgar senses); Bloody; bleeding; ...
  15. (Blooming) The defocusing of regions of the picture where the brightness is at an excessive level, due to enlargement of spot size and halation of the fluorescent screen of the cathode-ray picture tube. ...
  16. (Blooming) Momentary loss of the night vision image due to intensifier tube overloading by a bright light source. When such a bright light source comes into the night vision device’s view, the entire night vision scene becomes much brighter, “whiting out” objects within the field of view. ...
  17. (blooming) an extremely mild or innocuous expletive
  18. (Blooming) The halation and defocusing effect that occurs around the bright areas of the picture (highlight) whenever there is an increase in the brightness intensity.
  19. (Blooming) “When light passes the lens of a digital camera and is captured by the CCD it is converted into an electrical charge. There is a limit to how much charge each pixel or photosite can store. ...
  20. (Blooming) Each pixel on a digital camera sensor (CCD/CMOS) has a limit as to how much charge it can store. Blooming (or Streaking) is the name given to an overflow of charge from an oversaturated pixel to the next on the sensor. ...
  21. (Blooming) A hazy or foggy appearance due to the incompatibility of son of the compounds in the coating or plastic sheeting.
  22. (BLOOMING) The overflow of high white signals appearing as a defocused blur on the monitor screen.
  23. (BLOOMING) The spilling over of electrons/voltage into adjacent pixels due to exceeding the full-well electronic capacity of a pixel.
  24. (Blooming) A euphemism for 'bloody'.
  25. (Blooming) A hazy bloom to the coating surface, much like the bloom on a grape. Often associated with a reduction in gloss level.