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We cross over the bridges that span salty channels, oozy and redolent of ocean and sea-weed during the hours of ebb.THE PORTSMOUTH ROAD AND ITS TRIBUTARIESCHARLES G. HARPER
Bruce took out his embroidered pocket-handkerchief, redolent with scent, and blew his nose affectedly.JULIAN HOMEDEAN FREDERIC W. FARRAR
We scarcely need say of a book of Holme Lee's writing that it is carefully finished, and redolent of a refined and beautiful soul.BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEW, AMERICAN EDITION, VOLUME LIVVARIOUS
A well-cooked joint is redolent of religion, and a delicate pasty is crisp with charity.THE FIEND'S DELIGHTDOD GRILE
The morning air stirred about them, redolent in sweet scents and attuned with the many voices of summer.THAT OLD-TIME CHILD, ROBERTASOPHIE FOX SEA
A languorous, redolent air just stirred the waving grain, on which rested a glossy shimmer.UNDER THE ROSEFREDERIC STEWART ISHAM
The avenue to the house was shaded with orange trees that later would be redolent with perfume and beautiful beyond description.A DAUGHTER OF THE UNIONLUCY FOSTER MADISON
The legend of the ferryman's daughter and the foundation of the monastery and church of St. Mary Overies is redolent of romance.BYGONE LONDONFREDERICK ROSS
They were so spicy, so woodsy, so redolent of a fine sweetness that had no cloying element in it.THE CAMP FIRE GIRLS AT THE END OF THE TRAILMARGARET VANDERCOOK
He pushed the swing door and at once found himself in a room which seemed redolent of the country which everyone loves.DECEMBER LOVEROBERT HICHENS

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