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Synonyms for bouquet

Synonyms for bouquet

cut flowers that have been arranged in a usually small bunch

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a sweet or pleasant odor

Synonyms for bouquet

an arrangement of flowers that is usually given as a present

a pleasingly sweet olfactory property

References in classic literature ?
They cast bouquets enough upon him to smother him; and yet, if he had presented himself to them two months ago, they would have sent as many bullets and balls at him as they now throw flowers.
When you send a girl three bouquets, a bracelet, and a gold Billiken with ruby eyes, you do not expect an entire absence of recognition.
Go when you will, you find it furnished with those bouquets and immortelles.
Animals with huge humps were feeding in the luxuriant prairies, and were half hidden, sometimes, in the tall grass; spreading forests in bloom redolent of spicy perfumes presented themselves to the gaze like immense bouquets; but, in these bouquets, lions, leopards, hyenas, and tigers, were then crouching for shelter from the last hot rays of the setting sun.
Countess Sotski and Sophia Bespalova, as everyone knew, were coming with white camellia bouquets.
He had done nothing exceptional in marrying--nothing but what society sanctions, and considers an occasion for wreaths and bouquets.
Withered bouquets of wild flowers were on the mounds, and the lettering on the headboards was freshly painted.
Lots of little girls there had bouquets pinned on their dresses.
There we sat and stripped the faded leaves and stems from our spoil, making up the blossoms into bouquets to fill our baskets with sweetness.
Her mother helped her into the stage coach, deposited a bundle and a bouquet of lilacs beside her, superintended the "roping on" behind of an old hair trunk, and finally paid the fare, counting out the silver with great care.
At six in the morning, I was in Covent Garden Market, buying a bouquet for Dora.
It is charming, it is like a bouquet of flowers--there is a bouquet of flowers in every line of each page.
But he was back in a few moments, having discarded his broom and provided himself, from some mysterious source, with an exquisite bouquet of flowers.
On his way, happening to pass by a florist's, he bought a fresh bouquet of flowers.
She dropped her bouquet as we went towards the vestry.