smellies


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smellies

(ˈsmelɪz)
pl n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) informal pleasant-smelling products such as perfumes, body lotions, bath salts, etc
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4 Fear not, however, as we've waded through the mountains of make-up, skincare and smellies to bring you the definitive dozen.
The West Bromwich star's range of smellies, produced in association with The Astbury Fragrance Company, also features Metal Pour Femme.
But given a choice between a box set of random smellies and an iron that doesn't scorch my favourite sweater?
Extra biscuits, towels and smellies within a minute of getting to the room - once again dished up by a lovely, friendly Geordie.
Chocolate - too fattening, flowers - make her sneeze, plants - she's got enough of those, bath smellies - she can't be bothered with, candles - see flowers.
Check out the Perfume Shop for offers on a selection of smellies, with Armani Diamonds (50ml) eau de parfum, pictured, down from PS49.
Forget the smellies, the gadgets, the socks and the chocs - why not opt to give an experience gift for Christmas instead?
If you''re already anticipating the usual socks and smellies for Christmas, why not consider treating yourself to something for your home that you can enjoy all year round - and snap up a bargain in the process.
I'm loving Asos for girly gifts, The White Company for posh pressies and smellies, and The Outnet for designer bargains.
Suddenly a book token and some smellies never looked so appealing.
THE HANDY BAG Each one a different colour, with matching Accessories for each day, Held in hand, on shoulder, or under warm Armpit, firmly in place, Contents variable, eclectic, based on style Taste and this and that, Of smellies and stick type things, hair, keys, And heaven knows what, Bills, receipts, biscuit crumbs, reminders, Coins galore, Lucky gnome, brush and comb, bric a brac, Who knows what for?
Guests can pamper themselves with the luxury smellies in the big gleaming bathroom or don a smoking jacket favoured by Wilde, which hangs in the wardrobe in the separate dressing area and relax - should you wish to be a true gentleman.