Definition of language of flowers in English:

language of flowers

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noun

[mass noun]
A set of symbolic meanings attached to different flowers when they are given or arranged.
More example sentences
  • Perhaps it is the language of flowers and people's associations with flowers that makes this a timeless subject matter.
  • What more can there possibly be than to sit under a jackfruit tree while an angular ancient with a mysterious Marxist past teaches you to say ‘my heart is like the lotus’ in the language of flowers?
  • Flowers have a wonderful language all their own, and web sites abound to provide anyone with Internet access a list of this language of flowers.

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