- adj. having an odor that is pleasing
“Often, the products are inappropriately stored in drinking glasses or unlabeled containers, and they may be attractive and pleasant-smelling, like furniture polishes.”
“There happen to be much more pleasant-smelling things than catnip.”
“Rare or threatened trees in the area include jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus), mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla), and Dicypellium caryophyllatum, a timber tree whose bark contains a pleasant-smelling essential oil.”
“When I woke up I was in a cramped space, laying on a narrow futon, almost naked and intimately tangled with someone soft and pleasant-smelling.”
“I squirted some of the (quite pleasant-smelling) shampoo into the sink and swirled it around to get that "jacuzzi" effect going on.”
“The ready availability of these easy-to-use, pleasant-smelling disinfectant cleaners leads people with more money than time to substitute the use of germ-killing chemicals for cleaning.”
“This collar is a pleasant-smelling herbal alternative to stinky commercial flea collars made with harsh chemicals.”
“He tried several other pleasant-smelling jars, noting each time that the scent was as close to the real thing as he could recall.”
“Now I've been given an excuse to take his threats literally and drive my mom's pleasant-smelling, smooth-driving, properly-heated, CD stereo-equipped bad-ass mobile down the parkways of Long Island.”
“This pleasant-smelling, soothing oil can be made ahead and stored in your herbal medicine chest, ready for use at the first sighting of a fungal rash.”
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