Of, relating to, or suggestive of flowers: a flowery perfume. (adjective)
Abounding in or covered with flowers.(adjective)
Full of ornate or grandiloquent expressions; highly embellished: a flowery speech. (adjective)
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Use "flowery" in a sentence
"Mr. Page laughed at what he called flowery effusions."
"It doesn't matter if he dressed up the culture of dependency concept in flowery talk, the concept itself has negative and stigmatising meanings that blames the individuals for their disadvantages in society."
"Sometimes, indeed, I dreamt that I wandered in flowery meadows and pleasant vales with the friends of my youth; but awoke, and found myself in a dungeon."