[ meel-flur, -floo r; French meel-flœr ]
/ milˈflɜr, -ˈflʊər; French milˈflœr /


having a background sprinkled with representations of flowers, as certain tapestries or pieces of glasswork.

Origin of millefleur

1905–10; < French mille fleurs literally, thousand flowers; cf. millefiori Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for millefleur

  • Delamere arose early, and calling for Millefleur, enquired at what hour Miss Mowbray was to go.

    Emmeline|Charlotte Turner Smith
  • His fever encreased; after I left him in the evening, he grew delirious; and Millefleur, terrified, came to call me to him.

    Emmeline|Charlotte Turner Smith
  • They both got in, and just as it was driving away, Millefleur ran up to it.

    Emmeline|Charlotte Turner Smith
  • He has taken Rottenbottom and Millefleur, and is going pretty well into cotton.