Definitions

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  • adjective Like or resembling amber.

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Examples

  • The animalic chypre accord at the base is warm, ambery, musky and extremely seductive.

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  • The oakmoss plays only a background role, where as the labdanum (an ambery, earthy and somewhat leather-like resinoid derived from the Mediterranean Rockrose bushes, which is an important component in most chypre perufmes) is the key to the warmth that Femme radiates throughout its beautiful and long skin-life (Femme lasts for over 12 hours on my skin – and this the Eau de Parfum concentration).

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  • More woody and less ambery and sweet than I remembered it.

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  • The oakmoss plays only a background role, where as the labdanum (an ambery, earthy and somewhat leather-like resinoid derived from the Mediterranean Rockrose bushes, which is an important component in most chypre perufmes) is the key to the warmth that Femme radiates throughout its beautiful and long skin-life (Femme lasts for over 12 hours on my skin – and this the Eau de Parfum concentration).

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  • The dry down stage is a soft, ambery-musky chypre-animal accord, and has some soapy-clean sandalwood notes.

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  • The oakmoss plays only a background role, where as the labdanum (an ambery, earthy and somewhat leather-like resinoid derived from the Mediterranean Rockrose bushes, which is an important component in most chypre perufmes) is the key to the warmth that Femme radiates throughout its beautiful and long skin-life (Femme lasts for over 12 hours on my skin – and this the Eau de Parfum concentration).

    Femme is Two Women (at the least)

  • It's the hay after a full day of sun, cooked ambery, still sweet with greenish vegetation.

    Autumn heart in a bottle: Bois Blond

  • Thousands of days halfway between Gainey and an Egyptian guard-dog — ambery eyes in either case.

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  • It's the hay after a full day of sun, cooked ambery, still sweet with greenish vegetation.

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  • The EDP was overbearing with sillage and had a very plasticky ambery base that was a little too sweet and overpowering.

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