[flawr-ist, flohr-, flor-]
Origin of florist
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Examples from the Web for florist
Photographer, Baker, Florist, Broadcaster, Counselor, Innkeeper, and Teacher.St. Hippolytus’ Careers Christians Should Never Have
May 4, 2014
He took the card from the florist's envelope and glanced at the name.
And still more of this belated spring will gladden the eye in the florist's window.
In June the florist's shop is a poor place, sedulously to be shunned.
I suppose you've only got to call a florist and tell him to send you some orchids?Alice Adams
According to a florist's magazine "Jacks are becoming cheap."The New Pun Book</p>
Thomas A. Brown and Thomas Joseph Carey
- a person who grows or deals in flowers
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Word Origin and History for florist
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