Wikipedia.org definition of nosegay: A nosegay, posy, or tussie-mussie is a small flower bouquet, typically given as a gift. They have existed in some form since at least medieval times, when they were carried or worn around the head or bodice.
Collins Dictionary.com definition of nosegay: a bunch of flowers; small bouquet, esp. for carrying in the hand
The Free Dictionary.com definition of nosegay: an arrangement of flowers that is usually given as a present. bouquet, corsage, posy. floral arrangement, flower arrangement – a decorative arrangement of flowers.
Have a great day! Hope Clip art from Bing.com Nosegay from M-W’s Word of the Day
Bing.com PS: Definition of tussie-mussie all bunch of flowers or aromatic herbs. synonyms: bouquet · spray · posy · nosegay · corsage · wreath · garland · chaplet · buttonhole · flower arrangement · boutonnière
Sweet a taste of honey, Sweet a taste of sugar, Sweet a taste of fresh milk, Sweet a taste of freshly made chocolate chip cookies, Sweet a taste of oatmeal raisin cookies, Sweet Sound of music Bob Sweet’s guitar playing, Sweet smell of money, fame, notoriety, Sweet means many, many, many different things in the world.
My sweet is plain and simple. Cookies, ice cream, cake, pie, etc, etc, etc. BUT I am very particular in my choices. I’m a picky, picky, “sweet” eater.
What is the origin of tripping? The adjective tripping “light and quick, nimble” and, by extension, “proceeding with a light, easy movement or rhythm” is a derivative of the verb trip. The verb comes via Old French treper, triper, tripper “to leap, dance, trample, hit with the feet,” from Low German, and is akin to Middle Dutch trippen “to hop, skip.” Tripping entered English in the 16th century.
Extraordinary. Are you extraordinary? Are your friends, relatives, neighbors, co-workers extraordinary? What is an extraordinary being? And no I do not mean a being like E. T. (Extra-Terrestail) Let me rephase that sentence – do you know an extraordinary person?
If you do have you ever said anything to them? Wrote them a little note? Entered them to win an award for what they do? Have you ever just said thank you for something you noticed they did for someone else?
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