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adjective as in fragrant

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The creator simply asked whether other people can smell the disgusting scent of dead ants on the sidewalk.

Common scents used for training include rose, lemon, clove and eucalyptus.

This tigress is rubbing herself against an ancient Manchurian fir tree, leaving her scent to mark her territory.

As many people can personally attest, the experience of scents is inherently variable.

The drop in air temperature and humidity also gives those natural seasonal scents a moment to shine, as opposed to in summer, when the stenches like rotting garbage crowd our nostrils.

Sage and sausage patty came next, served between cumin scented Buttermilk biscuits and smothered in a black pepper country gravy.

She was obsessed with the flower-printed, scented toilet paper.

Tessie rose, unrolled her scented handkerchief, and taking a bit of gum from a knot in the hem, placed it in her mouth.

Last two words are written in invisible ink but can be easily discerned if Australian law books are held over scented candles.

The fashionable gift was scented candles, some costing $150 each.

The air was keen and scented, wafting the smell of the wooded islands that hung about us in the darkening air.

The most poignant test, however, came when port was reached and the scented land-wind met his nostrils with the—Spring.

In the tropics the tobacco field may be scented from afar, as its odors are wafted on the breeze.

A scented note unopened on the dressing table can cause more unhappiness to your wife than the loss of his country to a king.

I looked up and there was a stag whose nostrils were quivering with excitement as if he scented the music.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scented, such as: aromatic, perfumed, redolent, spicy, smelling, and ambrosial.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.