The blossom of the orange-tree, worn in wreaths, etc., by brides as an emblem of purity.(noun)
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Use "orange-blossom" in a sentence
""You won't see an orange-blossom mead coming out of our shop, because we don't grow oranges up here," says Hamilton, a former psychotherapist who runs the business with his wife, Kim, a former teacher."
"This classic Italian dessert is made by filling Pasta Frolla Italian short dough with a rich, ricotta filling that gets a nice, citrus lift from lemon zest and orange-blossom water."
"Broom absolute is reminiscent of bees propolis and is vaguely orange-blossom like with undertones of tobacco and leather, and what I can see also as similar to black tea."