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- adj. Having a pleasant aroma.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of scent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Imbued or permeated with perfume or fragrance; perfumed: as, Scented soap.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (used in combination) having the odor of
- adj. having the sense of smell
- adj. filled or impregnated with perfume
- adj. having a natural fragrance
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Better to be rubbed down in scented butter than to eat it.
Also, I have a plug in scented oil right by the front door.
Calling it 'rotten-cabbage-scented' is a little more accurate, but suggests that the scent was added after the fact, while in actuality, stench is a property of the mercaptan itself.
"Ask him his name, please," she commands me, in French-scented English.
At the sound he snorted with a sudden start that jerked him through the air from water to meadow, and his feet sank into the young velvet, while he pricked his ears and again scented the air.
The gloss pots are described as "scented with the taste of timeless cocktails" but do not contain alcohol.
a sensation of being smothered in scented swansdown.
And you want to be sure to seize it, store it in scented linens, in carved and gilded coffers along with last May’s poppies,
SPACE POPPIES: Refers to scented, flowered coordinates that are the by-products or the bouquets of the harmonics.
POPPY- OR ROSE-SCENTED WISPS: Refers to scented, flowered coordinates that are the by-products or the bouquets of the harmonics.