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“Her clothes always smelled of savory cooking, except when she was dressed for church or Kaffeeklatsch, and then she smelled of bay rum or of the lemon-verbena sprig which she tucked inside her puffy black kid glove.”
“Her clothes always smelled of savory cooking, except when she was dressed for church or KAFFEEKLATSCH, and then she smelled of bay rum or of the lemon-verbena sprig which she tucked inside her puffy black kid glove.”
“For beauty of line and beauty of colour he inherited an impeccable eye; indeed his young senses were alive to seize all innocent delight, -- his quickness in scenting the lemon-verbena bush proved but the first of many instances.”
“The scent of a lemon-verbena plant fetched him suddenly to his feet with his eyes bright.”
“Frederic is apt to drop in a geranium leaf or a sprig of lemon-verbena, and those are nicer.”
“Nature was permitted to follow her own sweet will as to form and luxuriousness of growth, filling the air with a mingled perfume of roses, heliotrope, and lemon-verbena.”
“Until the manicurist "offered" us a supplemental lemon-verbena foot scrub.”
“6 “When I grow up” I wanted to be any number of things – school teacher, veterinarian, judge, opera singer, architect, psychologist, and even wanted to open my own soap factory that will make only lemon-verbena soap.”
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