Incense

Fragrant resins, gums, herbs, flowers, and woods burned during rituals and spellworking. Used for cleansing and to better help the witch attune to the goal of the working.

Incense

Incense is aromatic biotic material which releases fragrant smoke when burned. The term refers to the material itself, rather than to the aroma that it produces. Incense is used for a variety of purposes, including the ceremonies of all the main religions, to overcome bad smells, repel insects, spirituality, aromatherapy, meditation, and for simpl...
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Incense

• (v. t.) To set on fire; to inflame; to kindle; to burn. • (n.) To perfume with, or as with, incense. • (n.) Also used figuratively. • (n.) The materials used for the purpose of producing a perfume when burned, as fragrant gums, spices, frankincense, etc. • (n.) To offer incense to. See Incense. • (n.) The perfume or ...
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incense

1. The perfume or odors exhaled from spices and gums when burned in celebrating religious rites or as an offering to some deity. 'A thick of incense went up.' (Ezek. Viii. 11) ... 2. The materials used for the purpose of producing a perfume when burned, as fragrant gums, spices, frankincense, etc. 'Nadab and Abihu, the sons of Aaron, took either of...
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incense

noun the pleasing scent produced when incense is burned; `incense filled the room`
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Incense

In'cense noun [ Middle English encens , French encens , Latin incensum , from incensus , past participle of incendere to burn. See Incense to inflame.] 1. The perfume or odors exhaled from spices and gums when burned in celebrating religious rites or ...
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Incense

In'cense transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Incensed ; present participle & verbal noun Incensing .] [ Late Latin incensare : confer French encenser . See Incense , noun ] 1.
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Incense

In·cense' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Incensed ; present participle & verbal noun Incensing .] [ Latin incensus , past participle of incendere ; prefix in- in + root of candere to glow. See...
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incense

a substance that produces a fragrant odor when burned
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incense

Any resin, gum, balsam, or other substance that, when burned, gives off aromatic smoke. It is used in religious ceremonies, as air freshener, or to deter insects. In a Taiwanese study published in...
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Incense

Aromatic resinous substance extracted from various trees
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Incense

Aromatic substances.
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incense

grains of resins (sometimes mixed with spices) that burn with a fragrant odour, widely used as an oblation. It is commonly sprinkled on lighted ... [1 related articles]
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Incense

Incense (material used to produce a fragrant odor when burned) is used as a symbol of the Church?s offering; the rising smoke represents the prayers of the assembly rising to God.
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Incense

Incense are aromatic substances burned in religious rites on account of the sweet odour they emit. The custom of burning incense is ancient and widely spread. Among the Jews the practice was enjoined as part of the worship of the sanctuary, the ingredients of the incense also being laid down, and it was to be burned on a special altar called the al...
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incense

incense, perfume diffused by the burning of aromatic gums or spices. Incense was used in ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome and is mentioned in the Old and the New Testaments. It is also found in the major religions of Asia. The Babylonians used it while praying in the 6th and 5th cent. B.C. and the Gr...
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Incense

It signifies prayer and sacrifice, and is also a sign of honour and respect. The rising smoke is symbolic of prayers rising to God.
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Incense

material used to produce a rich and fragrant smell when burned, and used as a symbol of the Church's offering and prayer going up to God. Used on major feast days and for funerals, it symbolises communication with God. The image of smoke rising to the heavens in combination with the fragrance it emits, invoke a connection with the divine.
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incense

[n] - a substance that produces a fragrant odor when burned 2. [n] - the pleasing scent produced when incense is burned
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