Recent Examples of corsage from the Web
These pearl corsage pins will keep your pictures in place and look good doing it.
Tickets cost $250 per couple and include a three-course meal, as well as a corsage and a boutonniere.
Men showed up in suits, and, when hats were still fashionable, women wore their best millinery and often sported corsages.
The lead-up to the big day included a new blue dress for Jarman to match Vigil’s light blue vest and tie, and a corsage of red roses and haircuts on the house at Hair Cuttery, The Free Lance-Star reported.
Festivities include corsage making, opportunity drawings and photos.
Angela Ellsworth expresses conflicts about her Mormon upbringing through bonnets studded with corsage pins –
Festivities include puppy contest and crowning of the 2017 Best Dressed Prom King and Queen, corsage making, opportunity drawings and photos.
According to the Daily Mail, the Oscar-winning actress sent the lucky high schooler a boutonniere and matching corsage for him and his date, classmate Caitlin Teefy.
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Origin and Etymology of corsage
First Known Use: 1830See Words from the same year
CORSAGE Defined for English Language Learners
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)
CORSAGE Defined for Kids
Definition of corsage for Students
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