orange blossom love


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  • n. The white flower of the orange tree (Citrus sinensis).


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  • She wore antique mettanite struts, and a tiara of cobalts and diamonds, and she advanced in her own warm front of orange blossom fog.

    Son of a Witch

  • Guests are likely to remember your fabulous duck à l’orange as much for the crispy skin as for the sight of the tawny bird surrounded by candied orange sauce and white orange blossom flowers.

    The Swell Dressed Party


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  • Orange blossom is a traditional flower at weddings and its use dates back to the Crusades. It is believed to have been used by the Saracens to symbolise chastity and purity and the evergreen leaves are a symbol for everlasting love. A traditional ingredient of love potions

    February 6, 2008