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noun as in fragrance product

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As a person with an enormous beard, I use Duke Cannon’s solid cologne mainly because they produce it in the same scents as their beard oils, so I do not have competing fragrances vying for attention.

I’m a survivor of sneaker wedges, elementary–school auction committees and my son’s discovery of men’s cologne.

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Dustin Figge’s mother thought he was crazy to leave his cushy job in San Francisco to return to Cologne and work on a startup.

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He’s known to wear a special cologne for his most serious meetings.

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Founded by Kağan Sümer and Jörg Kattner in May this year and operating in Berlin and Cologne, Gorillas delivers groceries within an average of ten minutes.

Maziar was thrown in jail and brutalized for months by an interrogator who reeked of rosewater cologne.

They had simple wit and no fashion sense, and they often stank of cheap beer and cheaper cologne.

One Twitter user in Cologne, Germany tweets about the importance of Ebola victims staying hydrated.

These dust-ups are similar to what happened in 2006, when I happened to be living in Cologne as Germany hosted the World Cup.

I selected an object—a bottle of Brut cologne—and was ushered into a second smaller room.

She bathed Madame Ratignolle's face with cologne, while Robert plied the fan with unnecessary vigor.

Among other extras, the little fellow's hair was treated to a liberal supply of eau de cologne, to his huge gratification.

The maid gathered up the brushes and the bottle of eau-de-cologne from the table and took them into Mrs. Admaston's room.

He had come from Cologne to Bruges to teach the royal household, and wanted his wages, for he and his family were starving.

She gave a shriek of alarm and fainted away, and they had to pour two barrels of eau-de-cologne over her before she recovered.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cologne, such as: fragrance, perfume, scent, and toilet water.

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