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The parallels between 1948 and 2020 are not exact, but they are redolent enough to be intriguing and worth examining.
THE PARALLELS BETWEEN 1948’S ‘DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN’ ELECTION AND TODAYJAKEMETHNOVEMBER 3, 2020FORTUNE
The mimosa-bushes, more powerful than our own May, yet reminded us of its redolence; but there were no singing-birds.
THE CAPE AND THE KAFFIRSHARRIET WARD
A little girl, with a fair, light form, was sporting on the sands in all the redolence of youth and health.
THE PUBLIC LIFE OF QUEEN VICTORIAJOHN MCGILCHRIST
The air was wine and seltzer, perfumed, as they absorbed it, with the delicate redolence of prairie flowers.
HEART OF THE WESTO. HENRY
In a week the lilac and sweet honeysuckle will fill the air with grateful redolence.
A COTSWOLD VILLAGEJ. ARTHUR GIBBS
To see the sky again, to breathe air that was fresh, free from the redolence of the forest underlay, was all she desired.
THE WATCHERS OF THE PLAINSRIDGEWELL CULLUM
That was why they liked him—for the curly auburn moustache and the discreet redolence of tobacco.
MORTAL COILSALDOUS HUXLEY
The jumble of colour and redolence was invaded with light that asserted its presence like a great living spirit.
THE WHITE TERROR AND THE REDABRAHAM CAHAN
It is only the "soul," or, as is held by others, the redolence of the viands that is partaken of.
THE MANBOS OF MINDANOJOHN M. GARVAN
His tidings were all that brought back to her mind 'the redolence of joy and spring.'
FALKLAND, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON

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