flacon

noun
fla·​con | \ ˈfla-kən How to pronounce flacon (audio) , -ˌkän; fla-ˈkōⁿ \

Definition of flacon

: a small usually ornamental bottle with a tight cap

Examples of flacon in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Each flacon features the work of Japanese artist Kyoko Sugiura, who trained a team of 18 women to create the delicate petals that cover them. Janelle Okwodu, Vogue, 19 Apr. 2022 This premium choice is available in the brand’s signature chic flacon design, a welcome addition to your dressing table. Grooming Playbook, The Salt Lake Tribune, 31 Mar. 2022 The glass flacon pays homage to the pre single-use plastic era. Bianca Salonga, Forbes, 7 Sep. 2021 The flacon and its sumptuous top outline a precious flower of hearts, both entirely sculpted in noble heavy glass set with gold details. Allyson Portee, Forbes, 15 Sep. 2021 Other people also filled bottles and flacons with sand. ___ This version corrects the spelling of Smucker’s jam. Washington Post, 7 June 2019 The substantial glass flacon of the eau de parfum is filled with a pale pink liquor. Hannah Morrill, Harper's BAZAAR, 1 Sep. 2016 See More

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First Known Use of flacon

1824, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for flacon

French, from Middle French, bottle — more at flagon

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“Flacon.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/flacon. Accessed 9 Aug. 2022.

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