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wreath

noun [C]     /riːθ/ (plural wreaths /riːðz/ )
an arrangement of flowers and leaves in a circular shape, used as a decoration or as a sign of respect and remembrance for a person who has died: a holly/laurel wreath The bride wore a veil with a wreath of silk flowers. There were two large wreaths on the coffin. The president ended his visit by laying a wreath at the war memorial.Objects and decorations connected with celebrations
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