Definition of boutonnière in English:
A spray of flowers worn in a buttonhole.
- The boutonnières, corsages and bouquet were all yellow roses, just blooming, to match the bridesmaids gowns.
- I reached for his boutonnière that I had set for convenient access on a nearby chair.
- He tenderly slipped a corsage onto my wrist, and I made my mother pin his boutonnière.
Late 19th century: French, 'buttonhole', from bouton 'button'.
Definition of boutonnière in:
- US English dictionary
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