redolent

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Fragrant or aromatic; having a sweet scent.

Etymology:

  • From Middle English redolent, from Old French redolent, from Latin redolentem, present participle of redoleō, from red- + oleō.
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Submitted on September 01, 2009

Additional definitions for 'redolent':

redolentHaving the smell of.
redolentSuggestive or reminiscent.
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