Definition of efflorescence:
kick, blooming, outpouring, peak, prime of life, blizzard, vertex, vizor, boot, apex, florescence, skin rash, roseola, rosiness, unfolding, acme, tip, crown, hot flash, summit, superlative, salad days, better, bloom of youth, top, extremum, rush, visor, gush, point, prime quantity, anthesis, thrill, pinnacle, height, inflorescence, charge, tiptop, sprouting, prime, eyeshade, bill, blossoming, rash, bang, blossom, flowering, heyday, blush, elevation, flower, bloom, meridian, flush, crest.
- "The Boy Hunters", Captain Mayne Reid.
Everything springs from His filial consciousness as a natural and wonderful efflorescence: His messianic vocation, His twofold ministry of preaching and healing, His deeds and His discourses, His ethics and His doctrine, the absolute gift of Himself in life and death.- "Outlines of a Philosophy of Religion based on Psychology and History", Auguste Sabatier.
For a moment, at the end of the fifth and beginning of the fourth century, when the womanhood of Greece had already internally decayed, there was indeed a brilliant intellectual efflorescence among her males, like to the gorgeous colours in the sunset sky when the sun is already sinking; but the heart of Greece was already rotting and her vigour failing.- "Woman and Labour", Olive Schreiner.