Bouquet definition

bō-kā, bo͝o-
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A bunch of flowers.

For my birthday I received two bouquets.

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A small cluster or arrangement of flowers.
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A bunch of cut flowers.
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A fragrant smell, especially of a wine or liqueur.
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The definition of a bouquet is an attractively arranged bunch of flowers often given as a gift or carried by a bride or bridesmaids.

A dozen roses tied neatly at the bottom with a string and carried by a bride is an example of a bouquet.

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The scent of a particular wine.

This Bordeaux has an interesting bouquet.

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A fragrant smell or aroma; esp., the characteristic aroma of a wine or brandy.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
bouquet
Plural:
bouquets

Origin of bouquet

  • French from Old French bosquet thicket diminutive of bosc forest of Germanic origin

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Borrowing from French bouquet.

    From Wiktionary