from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A scented liquid made of alcohol and various fragrant oils. Also called eau de cologne.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A type of perfume consisting of 2-5% essential oils, 70-90 % alcohol and water.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A perfumed liquid, composed of alcohol and certain aromatic oils, used in the toilet; -- called also cologne water and eau de cologne.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A perfumed spirit, first made on a large scale at Cologne in 1709 by Jean Farina, and still extensively produced there by persons bearing or assuming that name.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a commercial center and river port in western Germany on the Rhine River; flourished during the 15th century as a member of the Hanseatic League
- n. a perfumed liquid made of essential oils and alcohol
By this time, the cougar has established that you have impeccable taste in cologne, money is no object to you, and that you have loyalty to her store, the store she makes commission at.
Was there some jerk who bathed in cologne and was trying to kill an allergic co-worker? really bc if the public can wear as much scent as they like and no one in your branch is allergic it seems a bit much.
His Eau Sauvage cologne is the only scent in the world I will ever need or want.
He was a packrat who never threw anything away, and so obsessively fastidious that he would boil up a saucepan full of old paperclips, drenched in cologne, for reuse.
The cologne is available at Rickey’s, a New York City retailer.
The cologne, which is made and marketed under license by privately held Coty Inc., posted sales of about $85.5 million last year, according to estimates by market-data firm Euromonitor International Inc.
I'm with you; would love to combine the two...though the price point on the cologne is a bit more realistic than that for the house.
So he puts some flowering plants down in the slime of the gutter, and he brushes the man's clothes a bit, and his hair, and sprinkles the latest-labelled cologne-water over him, and pats him on the shoulder, and says, "Now, you feel better, my man, don't you?"
Far be it for me to remember the actual name of the cologne, which is why I'm here asking complete strangers.
It is described as a cologne for those with a "devotion to living each day as it could be your last" and smells like green mandarin, bergamot, and lavender, with notes of leather and grey musk.