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- noun Plural form of
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A listen to speech recordings of old people from parts of provincial England, very clearly turns up redolences of the drawl which we rather snootily deride.
What would eventually be fairy tales still had redolences of god-stories and myths.
In all there were over eleven hundred tobacco-and-gin redolences, remarkably quiet for them; shooting at a mark, going through squad drill, drinking bad liquor by the canteen and swearing in
So that F, more than any other letter, encapsulates the experience of failing and death and brings these fatal redolences, like hovering ghosts, to many a shadowed word.