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Bouquet

Bouquet

1. A nosegay; a bunch of flowers.

2. A perfume; an aroma; as, the bouquet of wine.

Origin: f. Bouquet bunch, bunch of flowers, trees, feathers, for bousquet, bosquet, thicket, a little wood, dim. Of LL. Boscus. See bush thicket, and cf. Bosket, Busket.


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