Thesaurus / odoriferous
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A rancid fat is one in which have been developed compounds of an odoriferous nature.
SOAP-MAKING MANUALE. G. THOMSSEN
I use the term odorous, not in the same sense as odoriferous, but to include both sweet and fetid scents.
The idea of a flow of odoriferous atoms in a direction contrary to that of the aerial torrent seems to me inadmissible.
Comparisons are odoriferous, and therefore for one paragraph let us compare Autumn with Spring.
An odoriferous water is distilled from the flowers, and the bark is used medicinally.
The morning was hazy, warm, odoriferous of coming summer, with not a breath of wind stirring the water.
Some odoriferous substances are fragrant for many years, exhaling continually, yet are not quickly consumed.
Distil as before, and go on thus till you have a sufficient quantity of odoriferous liquor.
The great oval mound of flowers spread its odoriferous carpet before the steps leading down from the house.
They found the far-seeing son of Saturn sitting upon lofty Gargarus, and an odoriferous cloud encircled him around.

WORDS RELATED TO ODORIFEROUS

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