Capsicum's was a nosegay; Gingham's beat nectar; but Cupid's put them both out of court, by consent of the company.
She has a nosegay in her hand, which she is taking to her governess, whom she is very fond of.
She wore a nosegay at her throat, and in her belt just a few; she had the fine taste that never overloaded.
"Well," said I, "the nosegay is yours at the price," and I held it out to her.
Since Christmas Eve, when she carried in her holly spray, she always contrived some sort of a nosegay for him.
"I must pay a reckoning for this," I sighed; but since a bargain is a bargain I gave her the nosegay.
The nosegay was still in his hand; and he was resignedly making a present of it to one of the coachman's children.
Pretty fellow you with the nosegay in your buttonhole to talk of selling!
The reticule spoken of by the boy was in her hand; but the nosegay she laid down on a bench just outside the door.
This nosegay, O Khipil, it is for thee to present to thy mistress.