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kiku_hana

Senior Member
Vietnamese
Hi all,.

Here is a context:

Haven's father backed up and turned the car around in our driveway, his head still craning to see if I'd appear - whoosh - suddenly, like a bouquet of roses from a magician's hand. Her mother held the curtain aside, watching.

(That summer, Sarah Dessen p168)

Please help me understand this phrase.

Thanks
 
  • ms.creant

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    english (canadian)
    A common trick of magicians, (called a slight-of-hand), is to make a bouquet of flowers appear,
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