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The study of clothes was his chief consideration, he spent hours rouging and perfuming himself.
This queen of the garden loses not its diadem in the perfuming world.
THE ART OF PERFUMERYG. W. SEPTIMUS PIESSE
Among them, especially near the path, grow plants of the common hothouse Datura, its long white flowers perfuming all the air.
AT LASTCHARLES KINGSLEY
The young man passed the whole of the next day dressing and curling and perfuming himself.
It was a fresh, indefinable emanation, which nevertheless made him dizzy, like the smoke from a perfuming-pan.
SALAMMBOGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
Oringeat oil is extensively used for perfuming soap, but more in France than in England.
THE ART OF PERFUMERYG. W. SEPTIMUS PIESSE
Nevertheless the perfume of iris root is good, and well worthy of the place it has obtained as a perfuming substance.
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The "bdellium" mentioned by Moses in Genesis is a perfuming gum, resembling frankincense, if not identical with it.
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It is principally used in the manufacture of essences for the handkerchief, being too expensive for perfuming grease or soap.
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The oil of fennel, in conjunction with other aromatic oils, may be used for perfuming soap.
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