Definition of 'wreath'
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Yesterday his widow solemnly placed a wreath at the spot where he was attacked. The Sun (2007)This one was of lilac silk with a wreath of white flowers for a headdress. PERDITA: The Life of Mary Robinson (2004)Crowds of youths also turned up to lay wreaths in honour of their pal. The Sun (2008)Consider hanging a wreath indoors for a festive focal point. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I put a wreath at the war memorial. The Sun (2015)NO time to make your own wreath? The Sun (2015)A green pine wreath was hanging on the door. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A statue to youth and vitality was garlanded with wreaths in memory of residents who had been cut down by the army. Times, Sunday Times (2009)How to make the wreath I like to make my base from hazel or birch cuttings. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If you would like to go all the way you could make a circular wreath, wrapped in eucalyptus or moss, to hang over the table. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'wreath'
British English: wreath NOUN
A wreath is an arrangement of flowers and leaves, usually in the shape of a circle, which you put on a grave or by a statue to show that you remember a person who has died or people who have died.
...a single wreath of white roses.
Definition of wreath from the Collins English Dictionary
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