a shark can scent blood from well over half a mile away
Sense the presence, existence, or imminence of
a commander who scented victory
Sniff (the air) for a scent
the bull advanced, scenting the breeze at every step
A distinctive smell, esp. one that is pleasant
the scent of freshly cut hay
Pleasant-smelling liquid worn on the skin; perfume
she sprayed scent over her body
A trail indicated by the characteristic smell of an animal and perceptible to hounds or other animals
the hound followed the scent
A trail of evidence or other signs assisting someone in a search or investigation
once their interest is aroused, they follow the scent with sleuthlike pertinacity
The faculty or sense of smell
aroma: a distinctive odor that is pleasant
odorize: cause to smell or be smelly
an odor left in passing by which a person or animal can be traced
catch the scent of; get wind of; "The dog nosed out the drugs"
perfume: apply perfume to; "She perfumes herself every day"
olfactory property: any property detected by the olfactory system
(scented) having the sense of smell; "keen-scented hounds"
(scented) odoriferous: having a natural fragrance; "odoriferous spices"; "the odorous air of the orchard"; "the perfumed air of June"; "scented flowers"
An odor or odour is caused by one or more volatilized chemical compounds, generally at a very low concentration, that humans or other animals perceive by the sense of olfaction. Odors are also called scents, which can refer to both pleasant and unpleasant odors. ...
A distinctive odour or smell; An odour left by an animal that may be used for tracing; The sense of smell; A perfume; Any trail or trace that can be followed to find something or someone; to detect the scent of; to impart an odour to
(Scented) Agreeably reminiscent of the aroma of flowers, spices or herbs.
(Scented) a postive grapey aroma, a flowery perfumed eminence.
(Scented) fabric that is purposely impregnated with a chemical that gives it an aroma able to withstand multiple washings.
(Scenting) Having the ability to scent game is of vital importance to the hunter. A springer should have a good nose in both wet and dry conditions. A dog with a good nose will learn to use the wind as it quests for game, ever adjusting its pattern according to the nuances of the wind.
(Scents) are used when lure fishing. Catch scents and fish attractants can be added to a lure to make it more appealing to fish and mask human odours. Many soft plastics now come with scent already impregnated into their bodies.
(Scents) Playmates' introduction of the 2006 toy line is very loose with the linked scents that have been traditional in this franchise. Examples include cherry used for Crepes Suzette and Grape used for Tea Blossom.
A distinctive characteristic that may be introduced into a printing job, usually by flooding (like a varnish) the substance onto uncoated paper, to obtain a particular fragrance or aroma. ...
Liquid attractant added to lures to increase strikes or to allow the fish to smell a natural odor thus hold onto the lure longer.
The odor left by an animal or bird on the trail (ground-scent) or wafted through the air (air-borne scent).
The smell of a fox and the physical and chemical phenomena by which the smell gets from the fox’s footprints to the hound’s nose
Usually a mixture of natural ingredients mixed into either a paste or liquid form that when applied onto a lure that imparts a scent that may attract a fish into thinking the lure may be the the natural intended bait. It is also used to mask human scent.
Popcorn smell has an unusually attractive quality for human beings. This is largely because it contains high levels of the chemicals 6-acetyl-2,3,4,5-tetrahydropyridine and 2-acetyl-1-pyrroline, very powerful aroma compounds that are used by food and other industries to make products that either ...