Definition of millefleurs in English:

millefleurs

Syllabification: mille·fleurs
Pronunciation: /mēlˈflər, -ˈflo͝or
 
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noun

A pattern of flowers and leaves used in tapestry, on porcelain, or in other decorative items.
More example sentences
  • At the moment, driving to town is like driving through the middle of a Millefleurs tapestry.

Origin

mid 19th century: French, literally 'a thousand flowers'.

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