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noun as in distinctive smell

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Aromas reveal more with the warmth, while the cold dulls them.

I found the sauce/complex aromas hailing from Guizhou in the south of China to be most agreeable.

In schnaps, however, Subirer aromas are transformed into those of a caramelized pear tart, buttery, baked, and entirely pleasant.

The rooms are cold and the bamboo sticks are infused with aromas; each room exudes a different Japanese scent.

Vines that grow native in America (vitis labrusca, among others) are known for “foxy” or musky aromas and flavors.

Gale made coffee and soon inviting aromas of their supper drifted on the air.

This delicate vase can not be broken without wasting the precious aromas which it incloses.

The rain had released all the pungent aromas of the mountain woods through which we passed.

The butterflies, the pleasant aromas, and all the manifestations of rural beauty pleased him.

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


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to aromas, such as: bouquet, odor, spice, scent, perfume, and redolence.

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