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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of aromatize.

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Examples

  • And using the "Free From" chicken drumsticks like we did actually did seem to make a difference - they became very tender very quickly but stewed well without disintegrating, and both flavoured the pot and aromatized the house something wonderful!

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • His dishes include moussaka with ice-cream of tomato; tomatoes stuffed with scampi; and Greek youvetsi, a traditional Greek stew that is usually made with beef or lamb, but is transformed under Mr. Karathanos's skillfill hands using bass-fish with barley-shaped pasta aromatized by Cretan fennel and roe from the western Greek town of Mesolongi.

    Not Your Typical Greek Salad

  • And using the "Free From" chicken drumsticks like we did actually did seem to make a difference - they became very tender very quickly but stewed well without disintegrating, and both flavoured the pot and aromatized the house something wonderful!

    Love and Cacciatore

  • As women peruse this period propaganda, we see the female body morph into a reeking vessel of shame that must be sterilized, aromatized, and exorcized in order to be considered attractive again.

    Caroline Hagood: Flow: The Cultural Story of Menstruation

  • As women peruse this period propaganda, we see the female body morph into a reeking vessel of shame that must be sterilized, aromatized, and exorcized in order to be considered attractive again.

    Caroline Hagood: Flow: The Cultural Story of Menstruation

  • As women peruse this period propaganda, we see the female body morph into a reeking vessel of shame that must be sterilized, aromatized, and exorcized in order to be considered attractive again.

    Caroline Hagood: Flow: The Cultural Story of Menstruation

  • A so-called-perfumed-tea that has a lot of petals in it is often not a true perfumed tea, but a perfume that is aromatized with artificial and/or natural essences, and the dried flowers are added on as a supposed-proof-of-authenticity for those who are uneducated about perfumed teas.

    Victoria Tea Festival

  • A so-called-perfumed-tea that has a lot of petals in it is often not a true perfumed tea, but a perfume that is aromatized with artificial and/or natural essences, and the dried flowers are added on as a supposed-proof-of-authenticity for those who are uneducated about perfumed teas.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • It is, in fact, an aromatized wine, with botanicals and spices infused to give it its distinctive flavor.

    Tony Sachs: Vermouth: Not the Devil's Juice

  • None of these tease are aromatized - there are no essences artificial or natural in any of those teas, but rather they are perfumed with the herbs and flowers contained within them.

    Archive 2008-06-01

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