English version

fragrant

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Odours
fragrantfra‧grant /ˈfreɪɡrənt/ adjective  COhaving a pleasant smell fragrant flowersfragrantly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
fragrantThe forest was cool and fragrant, and the walk through it calmed my spirits.Choose from one of Chanel's new range of fragrant body lotions.Terror-stricken, I dropped my fragrant booty and ran home.Add almonds and saute, stirring occasionally, until fragrant but not brown.Instead of being human and down-to-earth, faith becomes a fragrant, concentrated essence.Mace is the outer husk of the nutmeg and has a strong but fragrant flavour.It produces small, fragrant flowers that cluster on older stems.The plant has fragrant red and white flowers.Our bedroom window overlooks a fragrant rose garden.It gave off a fragrant smell which stirred my memory though I could not place it.Inside are quirky old settees, painted chests and weathered wood hutches brimming with fragrant soaps and candles.How I wish that but once before you banish me we might converse together on fragrant subjects!
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