Definitions

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  • adj. smelling like cedar

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Examples

  • A really lovely wine from the great '05 vintage, this cedar-scented, medium-bodied du Tertre is precocious and flat-out delicious.

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  • Mist wreathed among the trees; the smoky air, cedar-scented and damp, penetrated Keisha's clothing and made her shiver.

    Elephant in the City

  • You may be okay with ginger-scented shampoo in the summer, but in the fall you might want a cedar-scented product.

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  • October 8, 2008 at 3:08 am dis be de neu cedar-scented kitteh dror liner.

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  • The air inside was cooler, and ornate woodworked screens blocked the windows while still letting the occasional cedar-scented breeze through.

    A Shadow in Summer

  • She eased open the door to the confessional and slipped inside its cedar-scented darkness.

    Sonnet of the Sphinx

  • The hope is that moths will not wish to lay their eggs in a cedar-scented environment, but I have had moths flutter happily out of my cedar-laden closets and found moth holes in cedar-surrounded garments.

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  • Not that anyone dared do more than breathe in the cedar-scented darkness.

    Strategic Engagement

  • It looked worn and rather pathetic, hanging by itself in the enormous, cedar-scented space.

    Dragonfly in Amber

  • This sweet, pensive scenery, decked with summer's lovely green or autumn's wampum dyes, with morning's glittering dews or evening's fire-flies 'transient gleams, illuminating the darkest places; the distant murmur of the waterfall, the sympathetic cooing of the wild ducks, the cedar-scented air, all tended to thrill the Indian bosom with sensations not less melancholy, not less pleasing, than the present unsurpassed and magnificent view charms all beholders.

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