Mourning bride

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(Bot.) a garden flower (Scabiosa atropurpurea) with dark purple or crimson flowers in flattened heads.

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For after a quick Google of "How to tell if your husband's cheating", she's been reading The Mourning Bride.
In this context, kudos goes to William Congreve who famously said, "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned," in his The Mourning Bride in the early 17th century.
Music Hath Charms To Soothe A Savage Breast," wrote William Congreve, in The Mourning Bride.
While many attribute the quote to William Shakespeare, it actually comes from a play called the The Mourning Bride (1697) by William Congreve.