Translation of flowery in Spanish:


floreado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈflaʊəri//ˈflaʊ(ə)ri/


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    • 1.1

      (dress/fabric/pattern) floreado
      (dress/fabric/pattern) de flores
      • I tore down the flowery wallpaper and painted the walls white.
      • Over centuries of such husbandry, Bashkirians and bees and pine forests and flowery meadows thrived.
      • It was gold with a flowery design carved into it.
      • It was covered in beautiful paintings of angels in large flowery meadows.
      • The walls were light blue, and the top was bordered with wallpaper of some blue and green flowery sort.
      • A few minutes later I found myself crawling under the flowery, feminine covers with Ms. LaMonica, wishing for Jen to be there with me.
      • Thoughts flitted across my mind like butterflies in a flowery meadow.
      • It had a large queen-size bed, beside the far wall by a window, covered with a beautiful, flowery quilt.
      • My hall bathroom is covered in a festively flowery wallpaper.
      • Threads formed flowery designs on the material, shaping leaves, mountains, and other natural landscape.
      • The beds had cast iron bedsteads and flowery covers with frilly edges.
      • Her room was entirely pink wallpaper and flowery things that made me cringe at the very sight of them.
      • All the walls had a flowery pattern for wallpaper.
      • Carmen's head whipped around searching for a remnant of comfort before partially hiding beneath the safety of the flowery, pink bedspread.
      • The walls were decorated with paintings and flowery designs.
      • Groves of golden aspen, flowery meadows, ponds, and outcrops of limestone break up the dominance of the regal coniferous forest.
      • She stopped to stare at every little thing from the banister to the flowery wallpaper to the family photos ascending the stairs.
      • The walls were decorated with flowery wallpaper and an old photo of a man and his beautiful wife and two little girls.
      • Her drawings suggest an idyllic world, where quaintly dressed children play amid flowery meadows and trim gardens.
      • Wherever paint met tape, and therefore stuck to tape, both tape and paint now came away from the wall, exposing the flowery wallpaper underneath.

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      (scent/perfume) floral
      • Suddenly, I smelled a light, flowery scent coming towards me.
      • She was at least a head shorter than he and he could look down on the top of her head, smell the light, flowery fragrance of her hair.
      • Nora's perfume, a flowery scent, is also often smelled, and music from a piano playing, sometimes with a woman singing, may also be attributed to this lady of the house.
      • Even the lightest, most flowery perfumes contain a trace of musk.
      • I could smell the flowery sent of her lotion as Krista wrapped her arms tightly around my neck.
      • A strand of her light brown hair brushed the hand he held at his chest, and he caught the faintest hint of a flowery perfume.
      • Its flowery, strongly aromatic character makes it ideal for this purpose.
      • So I breathed in deeply with my face still buried in the crick of her neck, and under the scent of alcohol was Theresa's flowery perfume smell.
      • It smelled disgustingly of sickly sweet burning candles and flowery hand lotion.
      • With the smell of warm earth and fragrant fruit and flowery herbs, this is nothing if not enticing wine, glimmering red like some medieval jewel.
      • Geoff smelled her flowery perfume as he led her around the floor during the dance.
      • Kehris leaned against him smelling the flowery scent he always carried with him.
      • Plus, before I packed them, I gave them a good dousing of Emeraude cologne so they'd smell extra flowery.
      • I recognize the flowery smell from when I kissed her at the ill-fated party.
      • The perfume was a little flowery for his taste, but it was strong and would do the job.
      • He could smell her again, that sweet, flowery fragrance that he used to sink himself in just as he used to sink his fingers into her wealth of honey-brown hair.
      • As much as I could remember was that Heather's perfume was sweet and flowery, and wasn't the least bit like Jamie's.
      • His nose itched as he caught a whiff of her flowery perfume.
      • To add to his woes, the redhead's excessively flowery perfume was giving him an overwhelming urge to sneeze, right in her face.
      • I found myself intoxicated by her scent, a flowery perfume.

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      (hillside/meadow) florido

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    (style/compliment/prose) florido
    • In one case on another railway, using the flowery writing of those years, a big bonus was to be paid ‘provided the sound of a steam engine whistle was heard in the town’ by a certain date.
    • Mireeve was growing tired of the flowery speech.
    • His approach allowed me to see that not all food writing has to be flowery prose.
    • Don't soil your writing with flowery language.
    • The writing is full of exposition and flowery, stilted language that may in fact be historically accurate but in large measure prevents the characters from coming to life.
    • Carrey savours every flowery speech and villainous smirk in a performance that is more disciplined than one might have imagined.
    • Initially, there was a much longer post here, full of no doubt very embarrassing similes and attempts at flowery poetic language.
    • Actually I never really did panic very much - it was just a bit of flowery writing.
    • Don't give me a flowery phrase for the sight of flames crackling against the dark night sky.
    • When you think of a Shakespearian play, most conjure up memories of high school productions, period costumes and long and flowery speeches in an outdated and hard to understand language.
    • Kabary, the flowery speeches given at all formal, ancestral occasions in the central highlands, are recognized as requiring great skill.
    • He would have ridden into the fort with every hair in place, given a long flowery speech, and went off somewhere without so much as wrinkling his robes.
    • Her character has to contend with flowery, overwrought speeches full of melodrama that are meant to generate some degree of humor, but which tend to fall flat.
    • Although it was slightly scratched it appeared to be the same flowery writing as Mrs. Hornbeam's.
    • One year an English teacher would say my writing was too flowery, another year it was not expressive enough.
    • As she watched Brandywin step forward to make yet another flowery speech, Alex tried to ignore the two women behind her.
    • I don't look at my leads as a chance to show off my flowery writing.
    • Such writings could be in flowery language indeed, as in this excerpt from one spirit writing in my collection.
    • No doubt, he was going to end his speech with a flowery, cliché phrase like ‘children are the future.’
    • You may be able to turn my mother and sister's heads with your flowery speeches but not mine.