floweret (plural flowerets)
- A floret, or small or component flower
1828, Thomas Gent, Poems (1828):
- And, hark! she whispers in the zephyr's voice, Lift up thy head, fair floweret, and rejoice!
1879, James Stevenson, Illustrated Catalogue Of The Collections Obtained From The Indians Of New Mexico And Arizona In 1879:
- Handsome piece, with floweret at the apex, scrolls on the side, and a scalloped band around the middle.
1894, John Muir, The Mountains of California:
- The domestic sheep, on the contrary, is only a fraction of an animal, a whole flock being required to form an individual, just as numerous flowerets are required to make one complete sunflower.