- n. A female given name in quiet use since the 1920s.
- French fleur ("flower"), name of a character in Galsworthy's Forsyte Saga. (Wiktionary)
“Schadenfreude's Fleur de Lis earrings (I mean come on - * Fleur* ya know?)”
“Christ, it isn't like the man asked for his fries to be coated in Fleur de Sel and cooked in rendered duck fat before being served Grey Poupon with a mother of pearl spoon.”
“ROOSENDAAL SUBSTITUTION: Melvin Fleur for Carlos van Wanrooij in the 46th minute”
“He is a Lieutenant in the Thirteenth Battalion of the Lancashire Fusiliers, and has published his war poems in a volume entitled Fleur de Lys.”
“I've had the idea of a woman called Rose running through my mind since I did the vintage woman called "Fleur" - I was originally going to call her Rose, but didn't have an "S" from that set of stickers left, so had to change horses in mid-stream ...”
“ROOSENDAAL SUBSTITUTION: Melvin Fleur for Edwin De Graaf in the 87th minute”
“ROOSENDAAL SUBSTITUTION: Melvin Fleur for Juan Viedma-Schenkhuizen in the 85th minute”
“ROOSENDAAL SUBSTITUTION: Melvin Fleur for Ronildo Tininho in the 89th minute”
“ROOSENDAAL BOOKING: Melvin Fleur for Unsporting Behaviour in the 90th minute”
“ROOSENDAAL SUBSTITUTION: Melvin Fleur for Robert Molenaar in the 46th minute”
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