A woman gives the soldier a bouquet of flowers, and Salinger seems so touched, he removes his hat.
Watch this clip, then send a bouquet of flowers to the nonpsychotic mother figure in your life.
A bouquet of flowers had been left on the grassy island in the intersection.
A bouquet of dead flowers with a faded card “for Mez” hangs from the gate.
Plan a nice funeral, if you must, sing some songs, and send him off with a bouquet of winter lilies.
She loosed the hand of her stage lover, and dropping a bouquet, held out two small hands to Ulick covered with violet powder.
She had taken the bouquet of violets and breathed the perfume to cool her feverishness.
The Crown Prince put down the bouquet, and proceeded to stand near the steersman.
But when he heard that bouquet had escaped from prison, he really felt relieved.
Put at each end a bouquet of clams Newburg, and pour on each side of the omelet a little sauce Newburg.
1716, introduced to English by Lady Mary Montague from French bouquet, originally "little wood," from Picard form of Old French bochet (14c.), diminutive of bosco, from Medieval Latin boscus "grove" (see bush (n.)).