redolent[ red-l-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF redolent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REDOLENT
It gloried in three names, all of which were redolent of home.
“Our men,” on the other hand, is redolent of sentimental domesticity.
They interviewed me in my study, and the house was redolent of Southern courtesy and grace.
From springtime until autumn the presbytery was redolent of mignonette.
The silken thing which enveloped her was redolent of the perfume of roses; it was stifling her.
The place was redolent with the fumes of whisky and tobacco.
The darkness was redolent of strong tobacco-smoke, the smoke of a cheroot.
The very air from the South seemed to us redolent with death.
It is as redolent of the new world as the bison or the Indian.
The caon was redolent with the odor of damp timber and decaying vegetation.