Antonyms for aromas

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Or, rather, not the aroma, but the facts; you do not know much of aromas.

In the absence of the aromas of tradition, they had something superior.

A new aroma, or aromas, was added to the scents now at war in the cabin.

Few other fruits offer the novelties given the grape in flavors, aromas, sizes, colors and uses.

The quality is delectable, the quintessence of the flavors and aromas which make the grape a favorite fruit.

For woman has been woman so far as she has been anything, and the aromas of that high estate have hung and still hang about her.

They have not survived in modern kitchen parlance, because the practice of using spices, flavors and aromas has changed.

The atmosphere was redolent with those sweetest of aromas to the hungry man or boy, sizzling hot steaks and strong coffee.

Roast yourself, I beseech you, on the sharp spit of perfection, that you may give out your aromas and essences!

Her very name, as well as her presence, was full of the aromas of Araby the Blest.