inflorescence, progress, anthesis, change, development, efflorescence, flowering, florescence, growth, evolution, evolvement, blossoming.
manifestation (part of speech: noun)
unfolding (part of speech: verb)
I think, rather, it was inspired by the May night, by the springing grass, by the unfolding
leaves, by the apple bloom, by the passion of joy and love that thrills through nature at this season.
- "The Wit of a Duck and Other Papers", John Burroughs.
But the basis will not be convention or custom, except in so far as custom is the unfolding
of natural law.
- "The Psychology of Beauty", Ethel D. Puffer.
On this speech they exclaimed no less fiercely in reply: " he might give which he chose;" and when he again, unfolding
his robe, said " he gave war," they all answered that " they accepted it, and would maintain it with the same spirit with which they accepted it."
- "The History of Rome; Books Nine to Twenty-Six", Titus Livius.