t.To flower, or cause to flower, again. Sylvester.
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reflower (third-person singular simple present reflowers, present participle reflowering, simple past and past participle reflowered) (intransitive) To flower again or anew. 2008 March 6, Leslie Land, “A Lily to Look Up To”, New York Times: A few iconoclasts insist that bulbs can reflower, and you may be proving them right, but it is more likely that you started with at least two bulbs similar in size.
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