perfumy


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perfumy

(ˈpɜːfjuːmɪ)
adj
perfumed; scented; fragrant
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I was pleased to find that these wipes were soft, pure, and best of all, had no perfumy smell like other wipes I've tried.
Smooth banoffee flavour with a perfumy dryness towards the finish.
During my successive visits, emboldened by the different combinations, I tried spicier soup bases such as the laksa, which had a curry and coconut profile; the Tom Yum, whose spicy broth I taught Peter's daughter to enhance with Black and White (Tom Yum Thansama) creamer; and Szechuan, which had mild hints of perfumy, prickly ash.
Very spicy and perfumy with a scratch of lime zest.
Very perfumy, piney nose, a lot of citrus comes through, unlike the others," said brew-master Andy Schwartz.
A true organic jasmine pearl tea will have a mild smell, not a perfumy blast of jasmine.
His putrescence can't be masked by huge emblematic perfumy flowers or grandiose adjectival phrases.
I guess my all-natural shampoo didn't smell perfumy enough.
Lemon basil and cinnamon basil have a perfumy fragrance that matches their names.