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- adj. Scented, having been given a pleasant smell.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of perfume.
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- adj. having a natural fragrance
- adj. filled or impregnated with perfume
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You will find it difficult to believe perhaps that Monsieur de Ramière, a young man of brilliant intellect, considerable talents and many estimable qualities, accustomed to salon triumphs and to adventures in perfumed boudoirs, had conceived a very durable passion for the housekeeper in the household of a small manufacturer in Brie.
His descriptions seemed steeped in odours, and his every phrase perfumed in ottar of roses.
One fragrance that perhaps tickles the olfactory nerve with more delicacy than all others and might be called a perfumed "dream," comes from baking a garlic pie piping hot in the open, with Turkish Limburger as a substantial ingredient.
Recalls the perfumed sleeves of him who is no longer here.
The German word "gewürz" translates as "spicy" or "perfumed" -- either of which easily apply to the wine.
The curious question of how exactly were my teas "perfumed" gets brought up often.
Earlier in our life here, I also noted some very "perfumed" butter, which I soon was able to differentiate from natural tasting butter when I made my shopping selections.
The men having undressed to their loins, and stretched themselves at full length upon the Angareygs, were rubbed by the women with a kind of perfumed grease, much in the same manner as is used after coming out of the bath.
It may be asked why I have put the F of 'perfumed' in capitals; and
In his little garden, all bathed in soft light, his fruit trees in a row cast on the ground the shadow of their slender branches, scarcely in full leaf, while the giant honeysuckle, clinging to the wall of his house, exhaled a delicious sweetness, filling the warm moonlit atmosphere with a kind of perfumed soul.