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  • noun Plural form of aroma.


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  • Based on the conversations during thetasting, however, most of the participants reached similar conclusions about the general shift in aromas and flavors as the vintages became older.

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  • Use all of your senses; appreciate the soft colors and movement inside your clear caballito - pony glass -; smell the subtle aromas from the blue agave - a great tequila will never assault your nose with an alcohol punch -; with your palate, savour the mellow, non aggressive flavors of a truly first class liquor.

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  • I didn’t have the pleasure of sampling it, as the alluring aromas from the nearby Indian restaurant provided an alternative.

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  • At first opening, the aromas were a bit hot with winey, grapey notes.

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  • The aromas are a mix of fresh crushed cherries and toasty, smoky oak.

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  • The mostly shaded plants are blooming but I recall aromas of liquor and Kent cigarettes and Jean Nate powder.

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  • But lilac and geranium aren't exactly manly aromas, which is what led the two men to begin riffing on what a fella would prefer to smell.

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  • Aromatherapy uses "aromas" to aid healing and well-being by using aromas that we smell everyday in nature.

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  • The titillating aromas created by a Louisiana-inspired chef and the heavenly sounds of a brass band march together down the city streets.

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  • As guests entered the room, their senses were flooded with the aromas of spring flowers—almost as if they were taking a walk through a botanical garden in bloom.

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  • About my body for me, and your body for you, be hung our divinest aromas; Whitman, "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry"

    December 11, 2006