bouque·​tière | \ˌbu̇k(ə)ˈtye(ə)r, -tēˈe(-\

Definition of bouquetière 

: garnished with vegetables rack of lamb bouquetière

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First Known Use of bouquetière

1906, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for bouquetière

French, (à la) bouquetière, literally, in the manner of a flower seller; French bouquetière woman who sells flowers, feminine of bouquetier flower seller, from bouquet bouquet + -ier -eer

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