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- adj. Having a pleasant scent.
- adj. liked, appreciated or respected.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a natural fragrance
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Consider pairing any of these ideas, or a personal peace ensemble of your own with a sweet-smelling, clean-burning, top-selling soy candle like WoodWick's Twinkling Spice Holiday Candle.
In it she has put a soft yellow banana, a sweet-smelling guava, a round juicy orange ...
She lifted out sweet-smelling vanilla lotion and fragrant homemade lavender soaps.
Must be a bear desperate for sweet-smelling breath.
On Sept. 1, 1944, in Mattoon, Ill., a woman reported to police that a man lurking outside her bedroom window sprayed her and her daughter with a sweet-smelling gas that left them dizzy and nauseated.
The other girls twitter as she makes a pretense of sipping the sweet-smelling tea (for Real Women have the self-control to stave off such primitive drives as hunger and thirst).
He rolled over once on the long, sweet-smelling grass and bounced to his feet, shaking out the last kinks from the night before.
It's meaty, sweet-smelling, and robust, as if it would be perfect in a vegetable stir fry, or on a nice pizza.
This him, this incarnation of the human being that he is, this small, precious, sweet-smelling clutchable form of him – this I want to keep.
What he shrinks from especially is a fair flower with ‘the rank smell of weeds’, or a sweet-smelling flower which turns very much the reverse when dead.
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