Hope: I think it starts with a “D”, Mabel: You are correct, Hope: “e”, “f”, “i”, “n”, “i” “e”. Oh my! Can I have a sip of water? Mabel: Really, Hope. Okay here’s your sip of water. Hope: Ready! “n”, “d”, “u”, “m”. Whew!!!! Mabel: Now that you spelled the word, please pronounce and define the word. Hope: Really? I spelled it correctly, why do I have to say it, plus give a definition? Definiendum – in my own words; all of a sudden you decide to create a word. Your next step would be to define your fabulous new word. I hope I got it straight!!!!
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Oh My Gosh! I can keep on rambling. I know, you know what of peachy keen are just for you. Come on! I see how you are writing down your selection. Or did you just go to Merriam-Webster.com to check out all of the peachy keen words?
Have a peachy keen day! Hope Peachy Keen from Merriam-Webster.com Clip Art from Bing.com
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
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