Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


A strong odor fills the air, resembling the perfume of aromatics.

Some of the aromatics may be used in conjunction with the bark, if indicated.

But the touchings, the odour of the aromatics, and the fasts that she had undergone, were enervating her.

He appears to have made a successful voyage, for he returned with a cargo of aromatics and precious stones.

The employment of aromatics as prophylactics is not less beneficial in children than in adults.

Aromatics and fragrant stimulants have in all times taken the foremost rank with acids, such as vinegar, lime and lemon juice.

An ancient look still hangs about the prim walks and orderly beds, where one seems to sniff the aromatics of departed generations.

Fountains refreshed the air with cooling moisture, and aromatics profusely perfumed the air.

A tincture of opium prepared with spirit alkalised with salt of tartar, and flavoured with aromatics.

To them we are indebted for our most delightful perfumes, and our choicest spices and aromatics.