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florid
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To Kill a Mockingbird
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as in: a florid style Define
elaborate (with much decorative detail)
  • One Sunday night, lost in fruity metaphors and florid diction, Judge Taylor’s attention was wrenched from the page by an irritating scratching noise.
    p.333.2

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  • He welcomed them with a florid bow and greeting.
  • The hall is decorated with florid banners, carvings, and artwork.

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as in: a florid style Define
elaborate (with much decorative detail)
as in: florid color Define
a reddish color -- (especially about someone's complexion or in various medical contexts)
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