Etymology
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anthesis (n.)

"full bloom, period or act of blooming, time that the flower is expanded," 1811, from Greek anthesis, noun of action from antheein "to blossom," from anthos "flower" (see anther).

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Definitions of anthesis

anthesis (n.)
the time and process of budding and unfolding of blossoms;
Synonyms: blossoming / flowering / florescence / inflorescence / efflorescence
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