In fact, you could call Kari Swenson a proper belle of Bozeman, the perfect flower of the New West.
Can we measure the development of a blossom into the perfect flower?
To Eugene Suzanne's face was a perfect flower of hypnotic influence.
Fate had torn that love from him, nipped it off as a sharp wind nips off a perfect flower.
The music is like the stripping of some perfect flower, petal upon petal.
Respect so far the holy laws of this fellowship as not to prejudice its perfect flower by your impatience for its opening.
This perfect flower from the Parisian hot-house was the rarest and most beautiful thing he had met in the way of womanhood.
But his only child was Vesta, the perfect flower of generations of the highest culture this planet has ever produced.
Thou shalt give me the perfect flower of them—of that fact rest thou assured.
The youthful radiance of the face had singularly the effect of a perfect flower.