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bouquet

 [boo-ka´]
a structure resembling a cluster of flowers.

bou·quet

(bū-kā'),
A cluster or bunch of structures, especially of blood vessels, suggesting a bouquet.
[Fr.]

bou·quet

(bū-kā')
A cluster or bunch of structures, especially of blood vessels, suggesting a bouquet.
[Fr.]

bouquet

a structure resembling a cluster of flowers.
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But fans shouldn't expect her wedding bouquet to go completely outside the bounds of the royal norm come her wedding to Britain's Prince Harry next year.
The flowers had a message offering the lucky finder the chance to adopt the bouquet.
The venue, the dress, the theme - all will make a statement about the couple in question, right down to the bouquet in the bride's hand.
Members of Huddersfield Flower Club are spreading a little joy by placing dozens of bouquets of flowers at locations in the town centre and around the districts as part of Lonely Bouquet, a UK-wide initiative run by the National Association of Flower Arranging Societies.
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But the Dutch Flower Shop, in Wavertree, is no ordinary business, and staff have been preparing a bouquet for another high-profile visitor - the Queen.
Offer only applies to the Mother's Day large flower bouquet, Mother's Day large tulips gift bag, Mother's Day brights bouquet and Marvellous Mum flower bouquet, all PS35 each.
The first bouquet is for the visiting customer and the second is meant to be given away by the customer to an unsuspecting special someone as a random act of kindness.
WAYS TO SAY IT WITH FLOWERS *PREMIUM MOTHER'S DAY BOUQUET A stunning mix of pink and purple stems including Lisianthus, Roses and Germinis.
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Doing the traditional flower bouquet for a loved one or two this Valentine's Day?