from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A small bouquet of flowers worn at the shoulder or waist or on the wrist.
- noun The bodice or waist of a dress.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun (kôr′ sā˙j). The body.
- noun The body or waist of a woman's dress; a bodice: as, a corsage of velvet.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The waist or bodice of a lady's dress.
- noun a flower or small arrangement of flowers worn by a person as a personal ornament. Typically worn by women on special occasions (as, at a ball or an anniversary celebration), a
corsagemay be worn pinned to the chest, or tied to the wrist. It is usually larger or more elaborate than a boutonniere.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun obsolete The size or shape of a person's body.
- noun obsolete except historical The waist or
bodiceof a lady's dress.
- noun A small
bouquetof flowers, originally worn attached to the bodice of a woman's dress.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun an arrangement of flowers that is usually given as a present
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
MK thinks it's costumey and makes her look like a majorette, and also thinks the corsage is strange.
Shown below: Just in time for prom night, a condom corsage from the Inflatable museum website.
While the corsage is the only part that's slipped.
The bulk of Davis 'collection is the orchid variety Cattleya, commonly known as the corsage orchid.
Ordering a corsage is the least of anyone's worries.
_Ball Dresses_ of light materials are most in vogue, and are generally made of two and three skirts; as white _tulle_, with three skirts, trimmed all round with a broad, open-worked satin ribbon; the third skirt being raised on one side, and attached with a large bouquet of flowers, whilst the ribbon is twisted, and ascends to the side of the waist, where it finishes; the same kind of flowers serves to ornament the sleeves and centre of the corsage, which is also trimmed with a deep drapery of _tulle_.
What kind of corsage do you get a girl for the Oklahoma City bombing anniversary?
M. Yriarte, however, goes a step further, and prefers to translate it as "corsage," which at once, and unpleasantly, falsifies the picture; and he adds matter to dot the I's to an extent certainly not warranted even by Infessura.
"corsage," which at once, and unpleasantly, falsifies the picture; and he adds matter to dot the I's to an extent certainly not warranted even by Infessura.
A large orange corsage attached to the bosom of her gown.