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fra·grant

 (frā′grənt)
adj.
Having a pleasant odor.

[Middle English, from Latin frāgrāns, frāgrant-, past participle of frāgrāre, to emit an odor.]

fra′grant·ly adv.

fragrant

(ˈfreɪɡrənt)
adj
having a pleasant or sweet smell
[C15: from Latin frāgrāns, from frāgrāre to emit a smell]
ˈfragrantly adv

fra•grant

(ˈfreɪ grənt)

adj.
having a pleasing scent: a fragrant rose.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Latin frāgrant-, s. of frāgrāns, present participle of frāgrāre to give off a strong smell]
fra′grant•ly, adv.
fra′grant•ness, n.
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Adj.1.fragrant - pleasant-smelling

fragrant

fragrant

adjective
Having a pleasant odor:
Translations
ذكي الرائِحَه، أريجي
vonný
duftende
hyväntuoksuinentuoksuva
ilmandi
aromātiskssmaržīgs
hoş kokulumis gibi
thơm

fragrant

[ˈfreɪgrənt] ADJfragante, oloroso (fig) [memory] → dulce

fragrant

[ˈfreɪgrənt] adj [air] → parfumé(e), odorant(e); [oil] → parfumé(e); [perfume] → odorant(e)

fragrant

adjduftend, wohlriechend; (fig liter) memoriesköstlich; fragrant smellDuft m; the air was fragrant with the scent of rosesder Duft von Rosen hing in der Luft

fragrant

[ˈfreɪgrnt] adjfragrante, profumato/a

fragrant

(ˈfreigrənt) adjective
having a sweet smell. fragrant flowers.
ˈfragrance noun
(a) sweet smell. all the fragrance(s) of the East.

a fragrant (not flagrant) plant.
References in classic literature ?
She stood up, and as he sat with bent head, his chin propped on his hands, he felt her warmly and fragrantly hovering over him.
Asgharali Perfumes since their inception in 1924, is committed in making life fragrantly beautiful through continuous research and development of blending essences and oils.
With both indoor and al fresco dining options available, Pai Thai offers serves fine Thai cuisine including soups, meat, seafood and curries fragrantly infused with Thai herbs and spices.
We all shared Nasi Lemak- fragrantly delicious rice cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaves.
uk) specialises in wild hedgerow fruit preserves and makes a fragrantly tart quince jelly, as well as a fruit cheese ramekin (a thick, concentrated paste).
Joanna Lumley breezes fragrantly through as a wedding guest.
Their gulammi is a full earthenware casserole of simmered tripe in its braising broth fragrantly flavored with sweet wood spices such as cloves, five-spice, and a liberal dose of young ginger julienne that gives a lot of fragrance and balances the gaminess of the tripe.
is fragrantly an artifice of method, created as such to justify the existence of a scientific museology.
Not surprisingly, he wonders after Hurricane Sandy in 2012 ("Nothing smells of ruin as fragrantly as the first attempts at rescue") why anybody bothers slouching into old age.
A perfect accompaniment is fragrantly spiced mint sauce - which combines mint, yoghurt and cumin for a contrasting cooling sensation.
Another intriguing if less 1970s-TV-comedy name was Dr Morton's Undetectable Poisson, from Sheffield's Abbeydale - crisp and fragrantly hoppy, with a hint of spice and tropical fruit.
Lidl have also gone that extra mile to source a superb selection of beautiful blooms at fragrantly low prices.