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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisharomaticar‧o‧mat‧ic /ˌærəˈmætɪk◂/ adjective  SMELLhaving a strong pleasant smell syn fragrant aromatic oils aromatic herbs
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aromaticThai basil is fast growing and wonderfully aromatic.The acyl X substituents are invariably aromatic, and an electron-rich X group is best.Then the inner cavities were sluiced out with various aromatic and disinfecting fluids prior to sewing up.A regal member of the mint family, basil has some of the same aromatic characteristics as its kin.She had filled the room with sweet-scented jasmine and tall aromatic lilies.Before an aromatic molecule can be detected, it must first be dissolved in the mucus.This kind of massage is a gentle treatment using aromatic oils.Matanzas Creek has focused so far on aromatic products.
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