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millefleur

adjective mille·fleur \(ˌ)mēl-ˈflər, -ˈflr\

Definition of MILLEFLEUR

:  having an allover pattern of small flowers and plants <millefleur tapestry>

Variants of MILLEFLEUR

mille·fleur or mille·fleurs \(ˌ)mēl-ˈflər, -ˈflr\

Origin of MILLEFLEUR

French mille-fleurs, from mille fleurs a thousand flowers
First Known Use: 1908

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