Examples of bouquet in a Sentence
The bride carried a bouquet of white and red roses.
The wine has a lovely bouquet.
Recent Examples of bouquet from the Web
While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding broke many traditions, her bridal bouquet was strictly by the book.
Bartenders across the state have latched on to its majestic floral bouquet as a base for inventive cocktails, but this is one libation that’s just as pleasant to sip straight.
Apply your new skills while arranging your own bouquet, with all supplies provided.
Cardi B glides down the aisle to the altar concealing her baby-bump with a bouquet of flowers and a flowing white wedding gown.
In one image, she's crouched down in a red hoodie holding a bouquet of flowers as the light hits her perfectly.
In July 2017, the Hallwang Clinic shared a post featuring a photo of a cheerful Claire in an office setting, holding a floral bouquet wrapped in brown paper.
Taylor Swift showed love for her fellow popstar Dua Lipa by sending her a gorgeous bouquet of everlasting roses in London.
During the nuptials, Murgatroyd wore a one-sleeve blue blouse with camel-colored pants and heels, while carrying a simple bouquet of pink and purple flowers.
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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
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