Recent Examples of corsage from the Web
Put a wing on it A few years ago, KFC swooped in just in time for prom season with their chicken corsage.
In 1950, the Orlando Evening Star’s pre-Easter fashion advice included tips for gents for buying a corsage for the ladies.
Garrett, dressed in a pink vest with a pink corsage to commemorate his daughter's favorite color, said Aniya's death has devastated him.
On Saturday, Pettis and the other guests were given a certificate, corsage and a goodie bag, along with applause and well wishes from friends and family.
Add pin for boutonniere, or glue to bracelet to turn it into a corsage.
At Geyser Peak Winery, guests will have the chance to make their own corsage or boutonniere from local flowers sourced from American Grown.
After all, corsages only last a night while prom memories can last a lifetime.
And finally, there’s Heidi Klum, who wore her rose like an old school corsage, tied to her wrist.
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Origin and Etymology of corsage
First Known Use: 1830See Words from the same year
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Definition of corsage for English Language Learners
: a flower or small group of flowers that a woman sometimes wears on her clothing or attached to her wrist on special occasions (such as weddings)
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