[ skwosh-blos-uh m, skwawsh- ]
/ ˈskwɒʃˌblɒs əm, ˈskwɔʃ- /


indicating or pertaining to a design or configuration resembling the flower of the squash plant, especially as found in jewelry made by various American Indians.

Origin of squash-blossom

First recorded in 1920–25
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Examples from the Web for squash-blossom

  • This is called the squash-blossom headdress and signifies maturity.

    I Married a Ranger|Dama Margaret Smith
  • We stood near our squash-blossom girl, and the progress of the race was written on her face.

    I Married a Ranger|Dama Margaret Smith