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Adjective
/ˈfrāgrənt/,
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Having a pleasant or sweet smell,
  1. Having a pleasant or sweet smell


  1. pleasant-smelling
  2. (fragrance) aroma: a distinctive odor that is pleasant
  3. (fragrancy) bouquet: a pleasingly sweet olfactory property
  4. An aroma compound, also known as odorant, aroma, fragrance or flavor, is a chemical compound that has a smell or odor. ...
  5. (fragrancy) fragrance
  6. (Fragrance) Any natural or synthetic substance or substances used solely to impart an odor to a cosmetic product.
  7. (Fragrance) Aroma. Products labeled as fragrances are not pure essential oils. They are derived by synthetic means.
  8. (Fragrance) As a specialized term in cupping, or sensory evaluation of coffee, fragrance describes the scent of dry coffee immediately after it has been ground, but before it is brewed. Can be described as ranging from floral to spicy.
  9. (fragrance) The sensation of the gases released from ground coffee as they are inhaled through the nose. Ranges from sweetly floral to sweetly spicy.
  10. (Fragrance) When cupping coffee the smell of the coffee beans after grinding them
  11. (Fragrance) is described as the distinct smell of fresh coffee ground nuances before the water is blended. Coffee fragrance can be described using the terms: fruity, floral, earthy etc. Personally, I use the same terminology as the flavors listed below. It is almost poetic.
  12. (14. FRAGRANCE (PARFUM)) Function: Deodorant, masking, perfuming. Present in: Many cosmetics and personal care products, read labels. ...
  13. (Fragrance) Ah yes, the lovely and delicious smell of dry coffee grounds before water is added. A sweet scent indicates a certain level of acidity while a strong, pungent scent indicates the coffee will enjoy a sharp taste. The intensity of a coffee’s fragrance indicates how fresh it is. ...
  14. (Fragrance) An ingredient that provides pleasant odour to clothes and rooms.
  15. (Fragrance) Artificial fragrances are 95% derived from petrochemicals. The word "fragrance" listed on a label can indicate that as many as 600 separate chemicals have been used in the formula. Some, such as methylene chloride, are carcinogenic, and some contain or release formaldehyde. ...
  16. (Fragrance) Custom blended in our laboratory from special blends of natural and essential oils. We feel that fragrance will cause irritation on sun sensitive skin areas so we omit them from any high SPF products.
  17. (Fragrance) Ingredients that are complex mixtures of natural materials and such materials can exhibit adverse dermatological effects such as contact allergy and irritation. ...
  18. (Fragrance) More than 5000 chemicals are used in making fragrances, 95 per cent of which are mostly or entirely synthetic, usually derived from petroleum or coal tar. ...
  19. (Fragrance) Synthetic fragrances, also known as parfum, are often made up of hundreds of chemicals which are often not labelled. ...
  20. (Fragrance) The scent of freshly roasted and ground coffee; the aromatic compounds escaping the beans and inhaled through the nose. It is only sensed for a few moments after grinding before the aromatic compounds dissipate.
  21. (Fragrance) The smell of dry ground or whole bean coffee before brewing. Also: Bouquet
  22. (Fragrance) This carries five fragrances all Eau de Parfume. These are Tamarama, Castlereagh, La Perouse, Kirrawee, and Kissing Point. In sleek bottles with a classic appearance, they are displayed in antiquated glass cabinets.
  23. (Fragrance) or Parfum refers to any ingredient, natural or synthetic, that adds an attractive smell to the product. Since this is a collective term that may include any ingredients, a product with this ingredient should be avoided. They may contain irritants.
  24. (fragrance) One or a blend of volatile and/or fragrant plant oils (or synthetically derived oils) that impart aroma and odor to products. ...
  25. (fragrance) sweet (smell/scent), perfume, bouquet, aroma, redolance