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  • adj. comparative form of musky: more musky


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  • I will admit that I don't remember the first Romance all that well, but it seems to me that Always Yours is spicier, creamier and muskier than the original.

    Ralph Lauren Romance Always Yours: Perfume Review

  • It actually smells muskier if there is a male goat in the herd with the females than if he is kept separate from them, because his own "goaty" odor is so strong.

    Got Milk?

  • The base notes continue on the creamy road, but make it a tiny bit darker, muskier and woodier; this is where, if you didn't know who created the scent, you might possibly, if you are super knowledgable of the line and super perceptive, intuit that it is by Lutens.

    Nuit de Cellophane by Serge Lutens: Perfume Review

  • For social occasions such as gala events and parties, he picks colognes that are deeper and muskier.

    Scent Sense for Men From Coty's CEO

  • It's heavier, sweeter, muskier and spicier than usual for me but I think I found a new love to acquire this year!

    Best of 2006

  • Longans taste a bit muskier than lychees or rambutan, but that's the only flavor difference between the 3 worth noting.

    Tropical Fruit Reviews

  • Not just the accumulation of unwashed body odors but something muskier, almost an animal smell.

    Blood Lure

  • She smelt strongly of fresh tobacco leaves, pungently narcotic, and something else, a little muskier.

    Drums of Autumn

  • The conditioner smells a bit muskier, but it's a soft musk that melts into the coconut and light fruits.

    Now Smell This

  • It's a richer, muskier grape than that typically found in generic grape-flavored food products and tastes a lot like Manischewitz kosher wine and kosher grape juice (which makes sense since they also use concord grapes).

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