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flo·ral

 (flôr′əl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or suggestive of a flower: a fabric with a floral pattern.

flo′ral·ly adv.
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Here are some of the forthcoming Chelsea gardens inspired from further afield: THE CHENGDU SILK ROAD GARDEN This Chinese-inspired creation is the biggest of the main show gardens and will be a showstopper, with its dramatic "Silk Road" bridge linking different elements, displaying some of the many plant species found in Sichuan Province, one of the most florally rich and diverse regions in the world.
Striding into a florally decorated St Paul's Hall on the Queensgate campus at the head of a scholarly procession, he took his seat at the front centre of the stage while smiling at the cohort.
Best kept and florally attractive bus, metro or railway station: Saltburn Railway Station.
On the page, Gatsby sends his servants to mow Nick's lawn and dress his rooms florally, preparatory to meeting Daisy in his neighbor's cottage.
The gun, which is fitted with solid Wexell & DeGrass-style scroll and florally decorated silver grips, is fully engraved and has 80 percent of the original finish.
In 1921, Dame Attalini aimed to catch a few compliments with her specially designed Ascot Frock topped off with a large, boaterstyle, florally decorated hat which she hoped would protect from the customary summer rain.
Moscato is sweet and florally scented, more moderate in alcohol and carbonation, with delicate peach and melon-like fruit flavors.
How often have you seen a florally decorative pergola with crumbling supports?
I enjoyed a florally bitter Styrian from Organic, and followed it up with a tasty Tetley's bitter.
Andrew Lloyd gives a demo called Florally Festive to Maelor Flower Club, War Memorial Club, Wrexham, 7.
Writing for readers who are specialists in either mathematics or biology, he explores such topics as florally finding Fibonacci, in a monastery garden, the book of life, hidden wiring, spots and stripes, networking opportunities, the paradox of the plankton, and whether anybody is out there.
Kovanda's pieces helped anchor an otherwise slight suggestion by thirty-year-old Dominik Lang (Ferencova's selection for Venice this year) that the museum guards--typically women pensioners--wear florally scented perfumes during the exhibition run (Untitled, 2010).