Photographer, Baker, florist, Broadcaster, Counselor, Innkeeper, and Teacher.
His small shop is wedged in between a florist and a ticket-scalper.
The florist and his assistants had been there in their absence, and were just leaving.
"These are the first flowers from a florist's that I ever received," she said.
She sealed it in an envelope, then regarded the florist sternly.
Lee had stopped at a florist's and bought a rose for his buttonhole.
There might be something in Mother's idea of setting him up as a florist.
I encouraged her to go on, for a compliment is more food for my soul than all the white hyacinths in a florist's window.
In June the florist's shop is a poor place, sedulously to be shunned.
At last the car passed the door of the florist's Winifred had described.