Definition of Bouquets

1. Noun. (plural of bouquet) ¹



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Definition of Bouquets

1. bouquet [n] - See also: bouquet

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bouquets

bountifuller
bountifully
bountifulness
bountifulnesses
bountihead
bountree
bountrees
bounty
bounty hunter
bounty hunters
bouquet
bouquet fever
bouquet garni
bouquetin
bouquetlike
bouquets (current term)
bourbon
bourbon cream
bourbon creams
bourbonism
bourbonisms
bourbons
bourd
bourder
bourders
bourdon
bourdons
bourds
bourg
bourgeois

Literary usage of Bouquets

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1. Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and edited by Charles Mason Hovey (1853)
"From CS Holbrook, three bouquets of amaranths and grasses. From Evers &. ... From Winship & Co., two bouquets, for the Bradlee vases, and cut flowers. ..."

2. Practical Floriculture: A Guide to the Successful Cultivation of Florists by Peter Henderson (1911)
"CONSTRUCTION OF bouquets, BASKETS, ETC. The greater part of the following chapter on making up flowers into bouquets, etc., descriptive of the various ..."

3. The amateur's flower garden: A Handy Guide to the Formation and Management by Shirley Hibberd (1884)
"THE best flowers for winter bouquets are undoubtedly those of the stove and greenhouse, bright with colour, fresh with fragrance, and with the soft and ..."

4. Lessons in French Syntax and Composition by Williamson Updike Vreeland, William Koren (1907)
"RACHEL AS VENDER OF bouquets When Rachel, the celebrated actress, who had already been admitted to the Conservatory, went to ask Provost for private lessons ..."

5. Chronological History of the West Indies by Thomas Southey (1827)
"... by whom Toussaint is accused of having the whole of this regiment, 500 men, massacred by his guard of honour, near the Croix des bouquets. ..."

6. Rational Recreations by William Hooper (1782)
"... fbe revivified bouquets. PROVIDE a number of artificial flowers, fuch as rofes, jonquils, pinks, or any other you find convenient. ..."

7. The Literature of Egypt and the Soudan from the Earliest Times to the Year by Ibrahim-Hilmy (1887)
"... another with trays of meat. Figs. 12 and 13, butchers cutting up an ox. Fig. 14, scribe. Fig. 15, slave preparing bouquets— Plate xi.bis. ..."

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