eau-de-cologne


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eau-de-cologne

(oudəkəˈloun) (also coˈlogne) noun
a type of perfume first made at Cologne.
References in classic literature ?
An eau-de-Cologne bottle stood upon it, which she took up immediately with a languishing sigh.
Rebecca said, putting her handkerchief to her eyes, and smelling the eau-de-cologne with which it was scented.
He had to accept eau-de-Cologne and to refuse creosote in consequence; but that was easy.