Boutonnière

A boutonnière (lang) is a floral decoration worn by men, typically a single flower or bud. Boutonnière is the French word for buttonhole. While worn frequently in the past, boutonnières are now usually reserved for special occasions for which formal wear is standard, such as at proms, homecomings, funerals, and weddings. (Women who wear jackets...
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boutonniere

[n] - a flower that is worn in a buttonhole
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Boutonniere

• (n.) A bouquet worn in a buttonhole.
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boutonniere

noun a flower that is worn in a buttonhole
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Boutonnière

Bou`ton`nière' noun [ French, buttonhole.] A bouquet worn in a buttonhole.
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boutonniere

A traumatically produced slit or buttonhole-like opening. ... Origin: Fr. Buttonhole ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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boutonnière

Type: Term Pronunciation: bū-ton-yēr′ Definitions: 1. A traumatically produced slit or buttonholelike opening.
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