Word of the day:Bouquet 

Say it: bu-kei

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: A group of flowers that are picked and often tied together.

Etymology:French

Synonyms: Posy, Nosegay, Spray, Sprig.

Use in a sentence: The bride carried a bouquet of white and red roses.

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