fragrance

  1. a distinctive odor that is pleasant
  2. a pleasingly sweet olfactory property

Fragrance

Artificial fragrances are 95% derived from petrochemicals. The word fragrance listed on a label can indicate that as many as 600 separate chemicals have been used in the formula. Some, such as methylene chloride, are carcinogenic, and some fragrances co
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fragrance

perfume noun a distinctive odor that is pleasant
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Fragrance

• (n.) Alt. of Fragrancy
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Fragrance

[disambiguation] A fragrance is a chemical compound that has a smell or odor. Fragrance may also refer to: ...
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fragrance

A pleasant, sweet odor.
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Fragrance

The sensation of the gases released from ground coffee as they are inhaled through the nose. Ranges
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Fragrance

As a specialized term in cupping, or sensory evaluation of coffee, fragrance describes the scent of
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fragrance

fragancia, perfume
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Fragrance

More than 5000 chemicals are used in making fragrances, 95 per cent of which are mostly or entirely synthetic, usually derived from petroleum or coal tar. Nearly a third of the chemical additives used in perfumes and other scented products are known to be toxic, including benzene derivatives, aldehydes, synthetic musks and phthalates. Other toxins ...
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