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Which word is analogous to the word blossoms in this analogy? ". . . he seemed, by the variety and amount of his powers, to be a composition of several persons,—like the giant fruits which are matured in gardens by the union of four or five single blossoms." (from Representative Men by Ralph Waldo Emerson)

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    powers fruits gardens persons

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    i think gardens..

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