flowery[ flou-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF flowery
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLOWERY
A flowery way, he was sure, with real grass in it like the Resident's garden.
By what I can pick out of your flowery description, your brother is no beau.
Meanwhile the hotel-keeper was to go about his duties at The Flowery Crossways.
There was stillness in the flowery region just above the Colonel's head.
The truth is, I don't like this cable; in spite of its flowery opening I don't like it at all.
But it isn't fair to shoot me up this way, with flowery speeches.
A flower held a face, and a face held a flowery substance for him.
It was the letter that had been addressed to Floyd on the barge "Flowery Land."
Finally, however, the ambitious and flowery document was finished.
"Oh, I'm not expecting any flowery beds of ease," retorted Mary.