adjective fleu·ret·tée \¦flər‧ə¦tā, ¦flu̇rə¦-\\¦flōrə¦-\\flōˈretē\
variants: less commonly


\¦flər‧ə¦tā, ¦flu̇rə¦-\ or


\¦flōrə¦-\ or



Definition of fleurettée

  1. 1 less commonly fleurty \ˈflərtē, ˈflu̇(ə)r-\ of a cross :  having each arm terminated by the head of a fleur-de-lis which has the appearance of being attached to the end of the arm rather than constituting a part of it

  2. 2 :  fleury 2

  3. 3 :  semée-de-lis

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Origin and Etymology of fleurettée

Middle English florette, flourte, flortee, from Middle French floureté ornamented with flowery designs, from flourete small flower

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