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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishredolentred‧o‧lent /ˈredəl-ənt/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 SAME formal making you think of something syn reminiscentredolent of 🔊 a style redolent of the sixties2 CO literary smelling strongly of somethingredolent of/with 🔊 The bar was redolent with the smell of stale cigarette smoke.
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redolentHere we are, by a redolent log fire, in a world which has slipped from sight.The air was redolent of cannabis.Karpov's play in game 17 was a text book model of strategy, redolent of his very best days.Put another way, that means lower salaries for members a proposal more redolent of second-class citizenship than a classless society.Incredibly, the minister was redolent with baby powder.The portrait is an endlessly interesting example, a theme redolent with social connotations and artistic references.It was hot and jammed and the air was redolent with the sickly sweet smell of cheap champagne.The two awaited her return in a kitchen redolent with the smell of home baking.redolent of/withIncredibly, the minister was redolent with baby powder.The air was redolent of cannabis.Slightly spicy and redolent with cilantro, the velvety soup also contained chopped tomatoes, corn, carrots, celery and onion.a sauce redolent of garlicPut another way, that means lower salaries for members a proposal more redolent of second-class citizenship than a classless society.The portrait is an endlessly interesting example, a theme redolent with social connotations and artistic references.A creamy green sauce, redolent of sweet pea and butter, provides the final touch.Decisions still emerge which are redolent of the pre-1964 era, such as those which manipulate the distinction between rights and legitimate expectations.It was hot and jammed and the air was redolent with the sickly sweet smell of cheap champagne.