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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

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True, there were ugly recollections connected with his first glimpses of the beautiful girl; he could not quite forget the bouquet that withered in her grasp, and the insect that perished amid the sunny air, by no ostensible agency save the fragrance of her breath.
With that thought he turned his eyes on the bouquet, which he had never once laid aside from his hand.
From vibrant spring bouquets to bunches of classic roses, we've found the best Mother's Day flower options available from your favourite high street and online retailers.
A FLORIST who wanted to 'spread the love' placed 30 bouquets of flowers at random locations around Wrexham county.
Members of Huddersfield Flower Club are spreading a little joy by placing dozens of bouquets of flowers at locations in the town centre and around the districts as part of Lonely Bouquet, a UK-wide initiative run by the National Association of Flower Arranging Societies.
The local retail florist, located in Phoenix, Arizona, is giving away two free sunflower bouquets to anyone who visits their retail location during the week of July 20th.
The flawless blooms of our opulent rose bouquets express love and affection - perfect for Valentine's Day and in a choice of three colours and styles: Pink and Gypsophila (12 stems) Mixed and Eucalyptus (21 stems) Luxury Red with diamantes (12 stems with 5 diamante pins) ALSO add a box of luxury handmade chocolates for just PS16.
On a local level, look for bouquets bearing VeriFlora certification from Trader Joe's or Whole Foods.
They offer bouquets and boxes, of a sophisticated and eye-catching design, using only the freshest ingredients and exercising a degree of quality control that will put even the fussiest mother at ease.
Tesco began trialling brassica bouquets in a handful of supermarkets a few years ago but now sells them in its UK stores.
Our bouquets should remind you of a garden; they look like the flowers were just picked.
They also paid about $70,000 to renovate a portion of the office building that houses Wheeler's medical practice for their franchise fulfillment center, where they make candy bouquets for online and phone orders in Houston.
Both brides carrying brooch bouquets in the 2011Wedding Register wanted special and unique features for their weddings that reflected their personalities, and both girls created their own bouquets.
Chennai, Dec 30 (ANI): As 2012 draws closer, locals in Chennai prepare the exquisite chocolate bouquets for their friends and relatives with an aim to make the occasion a memorable one for their loved ones.
Once this technique is learned, it can be applied to create different styles of bouquets, from country cottage to urban chic.