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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpatchoulipa‧tchou‧li /pəˈtʃuːli/ noun [uncountable]  a type of perfume made from the leaves of a South East Asian bush
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patchouliA thousand smells, of sausages and sweat, phosphorus and patchouli, mingle promiscuously in the arcades.There was a strong sweet scent; sandalwood and patchouli and freshly cut grass on a summer morning.People who like spicy food for example, also plump for strong, penetrating essences such as patchouli and ginger.But he was still so close that he could smell the perfume of patchouli on the corpse's moustache.It was probably with the patchouli that she had caught William Litz White, her husband.
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