A small bench in the shade, hidden underneath a tree in blossom.
- Bloom (verb): to open and unfold, as a flower; to produce flowers
- Bouquet (noun): a bunch of flowers, typically one that is given as a present or carried at a ceremony
- Delicate (adjective): fragile, easily damaged, or destroyed
- Floral (adjective): relating to or associated with flowers
- Fragrance (noun): a pleasant, sweet smell
- Gorgeous (adjective): very beautiful, attractive, or pleasing
- Lush (adjective): having a lot of rich, strong growth
- Opulent (adjective): having or suggesting great wealth or luxuriousness
- Radiant (adjective): very bright, vivid, or glowing
- Scintillating (adjective): glittering or sparkling, especially with a brilliant light
The idiom gild the lily can be used when you are trying to improve something unnecessarily – or to further decorate something that already looks perfect.
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