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  • Her clothes always smelled of savory cooking, except when she was dressed for church or Kaffeeklatsch, and then she smelled of bay rum or of the lemon-verbena sprig which she tucked inside her puffy black kid glove.

    The song of the lark

  • Her clothes always smelled of savory cooking, except when she was dressed for church or KAFFEEKLATSCH, and then she smelled of bay rum or of the lemon-verbena sprig which she tucked inside her puffy black kid glove.

    The Song of the Lark by Willa Cather

  • For beauty of line and beauty of colour he inherited an impeccable eye; indeed his young senses were alive to seize all innocent delight, -- his quickness in scenting the lemon-verbena bush proved but the first of many instances.

    The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales

  • The scent of a lemon-verbena plant fetched him suddenly to his feet with his eyes bright.

    The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales

  • Frederic is apt to drop in a geranium leaf or a sprig of lemon-verbena, and those are nicer.

    A Little Country Girl

  • Nature was permitted to follow her own sweet will as to form and luxuriousness of growth, filling the air with a mingled perfume of roses, heliotrope, and lemon-verbena.

    Due West or Round the World in Ten Months

  • Until the manicurist "offered" us a supplemental lemon-verbena foot scrub.

    MSN Money Finance Tips

  • 6 “When I grow up” I wanted to be any number of things – school teacher, veterinarian, judge, opera singer, architect, psychologist, and even wanted to open my own soap factory that will make only lemon-verbena soap.

    Game of Tag!

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