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bouquet

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Odours, Drink
ldoce_033_fbouquetbou‧quet /bəʊˈkeɪ, buː- $ boʊ-, buː-/ ●○○ noun  1 bouquet.jpg [countable]HBP an arrangement of flowers, especially one that you give to someone2 [countable, uncountable]CODFD the smell of a wine
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bouquetIt features Sweetheart Rose in a bridal veil with a special bridal bouquet.It is a light wine with a clean bouquet and taste.Throws her bouquet to her unmarried friends before she leaves.On the long windowsill in her office sits an impressive bouquet of long-stemmed yellow roses.There was a knock on the door and a member of the Prince's staff appeared with a large bouquet of flowers.A carved plaque with an occasional bouquet of cut roses is hardly the memorial those early saints would have wanted.She then stabbed him with a butcher's knife hidden in the bouquet.The flavours of both cheeses are less powerful than the bouquets.
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