bou-quet / bō-kā, bo͞o- kā
1. a bunch of cut flowers, particularly those that are arranged; a nosegay
One flower maketh not a bouquet.
2. a sweet fragrant aroma, as of wine
Just because I’m resisting the wine doesn’t mean I can’t appreciate the bouquet.
From “Twilight” by Stephenie Meyer, 1973 –
3. a compliment
He shouted loving bouquets about her beauty from below her window.
www.wineverygame.com/words/bouquet.html, accessed April 13, 2021