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- n. Alternative spelling of patchouli.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A small East Indian shrubby mint (Pogostemon cablin); a fragrant oil from its leaves is used in perfumes.
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- n. a heavy perfume made from the patchouli plant
- n. small East Indian shrubby mint; fragrant oil from its leaves is used in perfumes
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Yes, it's populated with extremist youngsters who think that idealism and pachouli are enough to get anything changed in this nation.
As this plan plays out in my head, pachouli has another idea, and braps me right before the culvert.
Just as I am seeing 1 lap to go, I feel the pachouli-breath of a CU punk on my tail, and I formulate a plan. actually, the kid was cool, but i gotta get some feud going somehow.
So many choices, I love vanilla, cinnamon, pachouli, ylang ylang. so many thanks for sharing ceashark at aol dot com
Anyone who thinks pachouli smells good or is an appropriate substitute for showering should be locked up.
I am not a conspriacy theory-loving, religion-hating, pachouli-wearing leftist hippie.
It is run by this group ANSWER and some other coalition groups that are basically a bunch of pachouli-soaked nut jobs, who are Marxists, anarchists, who have all sorts of bizarre agendas about what the world should be about.
One of my classes was one of those totally out there classes taught by a free-spirited, hemp wearing, pachouli-smelling New York Times freelancer.
“In that case, I presume she will choose to perfume her embroidered handkerchiefs with musk, or pachouli, instead of her favorite breath of violets,” responded Mrs. Ton.
Aura Cacia announces aromatherapy app - Aura Cacia is a nationally branded Aromatherapy product provider and today has leaped dredlocked and pachouli-soaked head-first into the smartphone world with their new iPhone app.