Definition of Flower chain
1. Noun. Flowers strung together in a chain.
Generic synonyms: Floral Arrangement, Flower Arrangement
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Literary usage of Flower chain
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1916)
"11 Scl Am M 29:584-609 Je '16 115:59 Jl 15 '16 Danger of white in the flower garden. AN Dawes. 11 Country Life 30:84 S '16 Endless flower chain. CD Skinner. ..."
2. The Potters' Quarter: The Pottery by Agnes Newhall Stillwell, Jack Leonard Benson (1984)
"On rim, lotos-flower chain, alternate centers red. Black lines below, red band at edge of floor. The profile is like that of 1663 (PI. ..."
3. Graham's Magazine by George R. Graham, Edgar Allan Poe (1845)
"... Too long have I tuned the light strings of my lyre, To Love's wayward music that weakens the wire, And now like a bird from a flower-chain free, ..."
4. The Home Counties Magazine: Devoted to the Topography of London, Middlesex by William John Hardy (1905)
"... Essex," but that lacks the bell-flower chain. I imagine this Lyde plate to have belonged to the virtuoso bank director, who died in 1787 just after ..."