Confetti (noun)

  1. Small pieces of brightly colored paper that are thrown at celebrations, especially weddings.
  2. Small pieces of paper that are thrown in the air as a celebration or decoration.
  3. Small paper ornaments that are used for decoration, such as for parties or parades.

Origin:

The word confetti is derived from the italian word "confetti" which means "sweets" or "candies".

Examples:

  1. The bride and groom were showered with confetti as they left the church.
  2. Confetti was thrown in the air as the clock struck twelve.
  3. The parade was colorful with the confetti fluttering in the air.
  4. The children loved to throw confetti in the air and watch it fall.
  5. The table was decorated with confetti to make it look festive.
Some random words: areal, shoal, buttery