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  • n. Plural form of bouquet.


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  • Though I don't think John's taste in bouquets is very good.

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  • What can I send of meaning - perhaps that you and yours will gather bouquets from the many shared moments.

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  • She gathers them in bouquets and puts them in vases that she decorates herself, packs them in her car, and delivers them to people on her list that she wants to bless.

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  • All the flowers are elegant, and are arranged in bouquets to suit either ladies or gentlemen.

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  • While the man piloted his boat over the glassy waters, the ever busy woman wove wreaths and made bouquets from the stock before her.

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  • I think why I like bouquets is that each flower stands on its own – they aren’t all mushed together.

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  • She does add some small decorative touches, such as bouquets of white tulips for the adults 'table and chocolate bunnies for the children's table.

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  • These guy-friendly "bouquets" are the brainchild of an NYC graphic designer, who'll work up a bucket with the team logo of your choosing NCAA, NFL, NASCAR..., then stuff it with your preferred six-pack, a bottle opener, an also-logo'd koozie, and a bag of NC's "finest" peanuts, so have fun hanging with Yancey Pigpen.

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  • These "bouquets" were used to add a festive touch to homes during New Year's.

    Archive 2005-01-01

  • But Pissarro painted the meditative quartet without any academically typical nods to the four seasons, such as bouquets of flowers or a grape harvest.

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  • "In Hollywood, brides keep the bouquets and throw away the groom."

    - Groucho Marx.

    December 24, 2007