Corsage (noun)

  1. A small bouquet of flowers that is worn on a dress or attached to a lapel, often as a fashion accessory or as a gift.
  2. A small bouquet of flowers worn on a dress or attached to a lapel, typically as a fashion accessory or as a gift.

Origin:

From the french word "corsage" meaning "bodice" or "bodice of a dress".

Examples:

  1. She wore a corsage of white roses on her prom dress.
  2. He gave her a corsage of red roses as a gift.
  3. The corsage is a traditional accessory for formal occasions.
  4. The corsage can be worn on the dress or attached to the lapel.
  5. The corsage is usually composed of small flowers and is often given as a gift.
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