Examples of bouquet in a Sentence
The bride carried a bouquet of white and red roses.
The wine has a lovely bouquet.
Origin and Etymology of bouquet
French, from Middle French, thicket, bunch of flowers, from Old French (Norman-Picard dialect) bosquet thicket, from Old French bosc forest — more at boscage
First Known Use: 1701
BOUQUET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bouquet for English Language Learners
: a group of flowers that are picked and often tied together
: a particular and usually pleasant smell of flowers or wine
BOUQUET Defined for Kids
Definition of bouquet for Students
: a bunch of flowers
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