fragrance[ frey-gruh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF fragrance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRAGRANCE
It was easy enough, by looking toward the left, to see where the fragrance came from.
It was to the girl as if the fragrance were twining and winding about her and impelling her like leashes.
The night wind was balmy, and there was a fragrance of cedar in its breath.
The smell of earth and grass after the heavy shower was like the fragrance of tea roses.
She lifted it out, and the fragrance of an Eastern wood filled all the room.
Susan was waving it back and forth before her face, stirring the air to fragrance.
She attempted a reproachful glance, but exhaled happiness like a fragrance.
There is no fragrance known to the human world which could be compared with it.
Suddenly she was in his arms, the fragrance of her hair in his nostrils.
Your lips have given it their sweetness of honey, their fragrance of myrrh.