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Daemon
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fragrancy

(noun) A pleasingly sweet olfactory property.

Synonyms: redolence, bouquet, sweetness

Usage: The fragrancy of her perfume seemed to attract every man in the room, drawing them to her like flies to honey.
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A fragrance is a smell, usually a pleasant or sweet smell. Often perfumes are called fragrances.
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If you like the fragrance of coffee, you like its smell. Unlike the word odor, which usually means a bad smell, fragrances are usually good smells. People love the fragrance of flowers and good food. A specific smell can also be called a fragrance. When celebrities come out with their own perfume, it’s often referred to as a fragrance. Any aroma you enjoy — whether it’s perfume, flowers, or food — can be called a fragrance
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The storeroom yielded nothing more except the tantalizing fragrance from boxes and kegs all sealed and forbidden him.
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mid-15c., from Latin fragrantem (nominative fragrans) "sweet-smelling," present participle of fragrare "smell strongly, emit (a sweet) odor," from Proto-Italic *fragro-, from PIE root *bhrag- "to smell" (source also of Old Irish broimm "break wind," Middle High German bræhen "to smell," Middle Dutch bracke, Old High German braccho "hound, setter;" see brach). Usually of pleasing or agreeable smells, but sometimes ironic. Related: Fragrantly.
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Adyl Mouhei
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“A man who becomes enchanted by the flower's fragrance stays only for a fleeting moment, but a man who comes because of love stays for a lifetime.”


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Fragancy - A pleasant sweet olfactory property.
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