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Dogs become extensions of ourselves, with their acute hearing and especially keen noses expanding our field of perception from the visual world to the odoriferous.
This volatile odoriferous principle has been called the spiritus rector of the plant.
At the instant I smell something, my sense is irritated, or put in motion, by the parts that exhale from the odoriferous body.
GOOD SENSEPAUL HENRI THIRY, BARON D'HOLBACH
These articles they barter with us for odoriferous woods and earth, and our salt of wood ashes.
All the trees are odoriferous, and some of them emit gums, oils, or other liquors.
Its scenery assumes a thousand different aspects between odoriferous Greenpoint and the solitary grandeur of Montauk.
From the ever-green forests of Papantla and Nautla comes the epidendrum vanilla, whose odoriferous fruit is used as a perfume.
MEXICO AND ITS RELIGIONROBERT A. WILSON
This oil consists of two parts, the stearessence and oleiessence; the latter being the more volatile odoriferous portion.
They found the far-seeing son of Saturn sitting upon lofty Gargarus, and an odoriferous cloud encircled him around.
But Charles was in distress lest the pungent berry and odoriferous root should take the barber's sweetness out of him.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD NEW YORKAMANDA MILLIE DOUGLAS

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