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  • n. Plural form of flowerbox.


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  • I've now marked down ALL my 'flowerboxes' from around 129L to between 5 and 25L, today only.

    World of SL

  • I knew as soon as I saw the oh-so-French curtains in the window and the flowerboxes in January it would be a good one.

    mamie - French Word-A-Day

  • There were flowers blooming at lunch in the flowerboxes outside the building I'm working in that weren't there when I came in in the morning.


  • Maybe when deb gets back from her margaritas and mole in Mexico she can plant some corn in flowerboxes outside of her Manhattan apartment windows and make her own tortillas, like truly from scratch.

    fish tacos | smitten kitchen

  • In Pickax City, the county seat, flowerboxes on Main Street were blooming in April, birds were singing in Park Circle, mosquitoes were hatching in the bogs, and strangers were beginning to appear in the campgrounds and on the streets of downtown.

    The Cat Who Sang For The Birds

  • The row of budding trees, the new brick and limestone house-fronts, the Georgian flat-house with flowerboxes on its balconies, were merged together into the setting of a familiar scene.

    The House of Mirth

  • Cross covered the outside of the bricked-up window on the second floor with mirrored glass then he glued on pieces of wood to mimic mullions and dressed the windows in inexpensive gray shades and flowerboxes.

    The Seattle Times

  • One of these flowerboxes could be just the thing: and of course they're transfer to make gift-giving even easier.

    Fashion World of SL

  • At Delancey Street, flowerboxes and peach stucco are the most elaborate moves to evoke the mood of an Italian village.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Yellow stucco houses with tiled roofs and carefully tended flowerboxes of geraniums now sit abandoned.

    NYT > Home Page


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