Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In pathology, same as thrush.
“Along little cobblestone paths in the French hinterland, and at noisy intersections across the city, French 'vendeurs de muguet'* are warming street curbs with buckets of lilies of the valley and shouting "Le muguet du premier mai!”
“Listen -- hear my son, Max, pronounce the word 'muguet': Download muguet. wav”
“Listen--hear my son, Max, pronounce the word 'muguet': Download muguet.wav”
“The muguet, which is declared in the notes, is quite strong, but alongside its cool floral verdancy I also smell a stronger, high-pitched, colder – and “whiter” - flower, which I can’t help but think of as white lilies.”
“Also planted this year were several valerian starts, not far from the muguet which did not come up this year.”
“On the upper end of the spectrum was the Parfum – this was quite simply the most beautifully romantic perfume I had ever smelled, a distillation of pure white flowers centered on the white lily and muguet, and an ethereal dream of a scent.”
“I'm doing it with violets and a little muguet here and there.”
“I meant that odd, greeny muguet-like maybe LOTV stems? that Drama Nuui is conjuring for me....”
“The mango and jasmine was mostly mango, with the slightest hint of jasmine and quite delicious with an almost jelly-like texture of the mango filling; the muguet tasted primarily of almonds, the bergamot was intense and impressive and the violet-cassis was a heavenly balance of floral sweetness and tart red fruits.”
“As it happens, my scent of the day was quite possibly the exact opposite of a muguet fragrance - Mukhallat Al Emirates, an Arabic oud-rose perfume oil.”
Looking for tweets for muguet.