In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ramillete de flores masculine
- The procession stopped outside the church, where the prisoners received a nosegay of flowers, and stopped at a tavern or two later along the route so they could enjoy a final pint of ale.
- A uniformed man just inside the entry handed them each a small nosegay of flowers from a large wicker basket next to him.
- Cut fresh flowers from the garden and make up little nosegays for each table.
- The bouquet itself was a nosegay of violets with a pink rose in the center.
- Floral artists form perfect nosegays with bundled stems wrapped and tied in raffia ribbons.
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