Definitions

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  • n. fern of eastern North America with pale green fronds and an aroma like hay

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Examples

  • Would anosmia extinguish my silly girlish ardor for lathered horsehair and hay-scented manes and saddle soap?

    Bonnie Blodgett: Anosmia: the Quiet Killer

  • Its hay-scented breath gusted over him, replacing Mariamne's heavy, sensuous perfume.

    The Falcons of Montabard

  • She gazed about her from her vantage-point on the warm boulder, taking in the grassy hills and breathing in the warm, hay-scented air with a growing contentment.

    Werehunter

  • After making certain that no one had followed him, he drove directly into the bam, then peered around in the hay-scented gloom.

    Oathblood

  • The door was locked, but Cadfael had brought the key, and let them in to a dry, hay-scented darkness.

    Monk's Hood

  • Her breath puffed warm against his ear, sweet, and hay-scented.

    Magic's Promise

  • After making certain that no one had followed him, he drove directly into the barn, and peered around in the hay-scented gloom.

    The Oathbound

  • A hand came wavering out of the hay-scented darkness to clutch convulsively at Cadfael's hand.

    A Rare Benedictine

  • Beyond the row of open glass doors that led to the terrace, a warm, hay-scented dusk hung over the lake.

    Lace

  • They drove to the barn and Marcia sat in the chaise in the sweet hay-scented darkness while David put up the horse by the cobwebby light of the lantern; then they walked quietly back to the house.

    Marcia Schuyler

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