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  • adj. smelling of honey


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  • Rushing streams overflow their banks in summer, watering the meadows where a young Lev Tolstoy wandered, botanical primer in hand, picking out the . . . red, white, and pink scented tufty clover; milk-white ox-eye daisies with their bright yellow centers and pleasant spicy smell; yellow honey-scented rape blossoms; tall campanulas with white and lilac bells, tulip-shaped; creeping vetch . . .

    The Return

  • When we were stationed there, the buildings, which we could see had now fallen into disrepair, were surrounded by expanses of meticulously leveled lawn, almost like carpeting, and there were date palm bushes and honey-scented pomegranates planted everywhere.

    Robert M. Grossman: Things Jewish

  • Aleaha trembled in shock, another honey-scented breeze suddenly enveloping her.

    Deep Kiss Of Winter

  • Her fingers curled around the honey-scented bar and brought it to her body, where she massaged herself from head to toe as ordered.

    Deep Kiss Of Winter

  • As she spoke, something brushed her shoulder, and a honey-scented breeze quickly followed.

    Deep Kiss Of Winter

  • In April to early May, 'Blue Shadow' dazzles the viewer with honey-scented bottlebrush flowers.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • In the Rhamnaceae family, this tree has small, narrow leaves and honey-scented yellow flowers, reaches 6-7 m, and is abundant on the Tristan da Cunha-Gough Island group, a separate ecoregion, in the Atlantic Ocean.

    Amsterdam and Saint-Paul Islands temperate grasslands

  • Cut - "A-list stars tucking into Wagyu beef steaks or sharing a lavender and honey-scented rotisserie duckling for two"

    Fresh - LA Times 2007 Restaurant Guide is Full of F Words

  • When she poured warm honey-scented wax down his chest, he just about came.

    Good Girl Gone Bad

  • Then, sitting down, she took a moist honey-scented cloth and wiped the mud gently from her face.



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