[ adjective ] having the sense of smell
Used in print(Stephen Longstreet, Eagles Where I Walk....)
Anita put_out the remaining candles with a long snuffer , and in the smell of scented candlewick , the comforting awareness of each other 's bodies , the retained pattern of dancers and guests remembered , their minds grew numb and then empty_of images .(Octavia Waldo, A Cup of the Sun....)
It slashed the sloping manure scented lawns with concrete steps which climbed upward to white wooden porches .
[ adjective ] filled or impregnated with perfume
"perfumed boudoir" "perfumed stationery" "scented soap"
Used in print(Marvin Schiller, "The Sheep's in the Meadow,"...)
My memory has catalogued for easy reference and withdrawal the image of her pink , scented stationery and the unsloped , almost printed configurations of her neat , studious handwriting with which she invited me to recall our summer , so many sentences beginning with `` Remember when '' ; and_others concerning camp friends who resided in her suburban neighborhood , and news of her commencing again her piano_lessons , her private_school , a visit to Boston to see her grandparents and an uncle who was a surgeon returned on furlough , wounded , from the war in Europe .
[ adjective ] having a natural fragrance
"odoriferous spices" "the odorous air of the orchard" "the perfumed air of June" "scented flowers"
Used in print(Guy Bolton, The Olympians....)
A scant half_mile away Shelley and Mary were doubtless sitting on their diminutive terrace , the air about them scented with stock , and listening to the nightingale who had nested in the big lime_tree at the foot of the garden .