cent vs scent

cent scent

Definitions

  • 1) music A hundredth of a half step.
  • 2) money A subunit of currency equal to one-hundredth of the euro.
  • 3) informal A small sum of money.
  • 4) music A hundredth of a half step.
  • 5) money A subunit of currency equal to one-hundredth of the euro.
  • 6) informal A small sum of money.
  • 7) money A subunit of currency equal to one-hundredth of the main unit of currency in many countries. Symbol: ¢.
  • 8) money A subunit of currency equal to one-hundredth of the main unit of currency in many countries. Symbol: ¢.
  • 9) money A coin having face value of one cent (in either of the above senses).
  • 10) money A coin having face value of one cent (in either of the above senses).
  • 11) A unit of currency equal to 1/100 of various currencies, including the US dollar and the euro.
  • 12) A unit of currency equal to 1/100 of various currencies, including the US dollar and the euro.
  • 13) A hundred.
  • 14) An old game at cards, supposed to be like piquet; -- so called because 100 points won the game.
  • 15) A United States coin, the hundredth part of a dollar, formerly made of copper, now of copper, tin, and zinc.
  • 16) a coin worth one-hundredth of the value of the basic unit
  • 17) a fractional monetary unit of several countries
  • 18) A hundred.
  • 19) of centigrade;
  • 20) An old superficial measure of Belgium, the hundredth part of the bonnier.
  • 21) A name of various coins reckoned as the hundredth part of a dollar.
  • 22) An old game at cards: so called “because 100 was the game” (Nares). Also spelled sant and saint.
  • 23) An abbreviation of central;
  • 24) The hundredth part of a dollar, a rupee, or a florin; especially, in the United States, a coin of copper, or copper and nickel, whose value is the hundredth part of a dollar, or about the same as an English half-penny.
  • 25) of century.
  • 26) An abbreviation of Latin centum, a hundred: used in per cent. for per centum (in or by the hundred): as, interest at 10 per cent.; fifty per cent. of the population.
  • 27) century

Definitions

  • 1) A distinctive odour or smell.
  • 2) figuratively Any trail or trace that can be followed to find something or someone.
  • 3) An odour left by an animal that may be used for tracing.
  • 4) A perfume.
  • 5) The sense of smell.
  • 6) The power of smelling; the sense of smell.
  • 7) That which, issuing from a body, affects the olfactory organs of animals; odor; smell.
  • 8) Specifically, the odor left by an animal on the ground in passing over it; ; hence, course of pursuit; track of discovery.
  • 9) a distinctive odor that is pleasant
  • 10) any property detected by the olfactory system
  • 11) an odor left in passing by which a person or animal can be traced
  • 12) The odoriferous trace of an animal's presence; the effluvium left by an animal in passing, by means of which it may be tracked or trailed by smell; hence, the track of such an animal; the course of its pursuit: as, to lose or recover the scent, as dogs: often used figuratively of any trace by which pursuit or inquiry of any kind can be guided.
  • 13) Scraps of paper strewed on the ground by the pursued in the boys' game of hare and hounds, or by the “fox” in a paper-hunt, to enable the pursuers to track them or him.
  • 14) Inkling; faint knowledge or suspicion.
  • 15) An effluvium from any body capable of affecting the olfactory sense and being perceived as a smell; anything that can be smelled; odor; smell; fragrance or perfume.
  • 16) = Syn.1. Odor, Fragrance, etc. See smell.
  • 17) A fragrant liquid distilled from flowers, etc., used to perfume the handkerchief and other articles of dress; a perfume.
  • 18) Specilically, the supposed faculty of discerning odors in some way distinct from ordinary physical means.
  • 19) The sense of smell; the faculty of olfaction; smell: as, a hound of nice scent.
  • 20) to impart an odour to
  • 21) to detect the scent of
  • 22) cause to smell or be smelly
  • 23) catch the scent of; get wind of
  • 24) apply perfume to
  • 25) To hunt animals by means of the sense of smell.
  • 26) obsolete To have a smell.
  • 27) To perceive by the olfactory organs; to smell.
  • 28) To imbue or fill with odor; to perfume.

Examples

  • 1) This is an area where close monitoring pays off in dollars and cents.
  • 2) They say the rise should be no more than two per cent.
  • 3) The temperature was at one hundred degrees and the humidity one hundred per cent.
  • 4) The pound dropped by more than a cent against the dollar after the figures were published.
  • 5) Petrol costs two cents a litre.
  • 6) Or was it a euro cent?
  • 7) Switzerland has a 4.5 per cent ratio and is considering raising it.
  • 8) The sector remains 9 per cent smaller today than it was before the crisis struck.
  • 9) Sterling is worth 12.7 per cent more against the dollar than a year ago.
  • 10) Altogether the fruit is worth 70 cents.
  • 11) The pound has also slipped 1.7 per cent against the euro over the past month.
  • 12) The airline wants to double this to 12 per cent over two years.
  • 13) Economists like to tally things in dollars and cents, but the significance of what happened cannot be expressed in purely monetary terms.
  • 14) I wonder how many of that 36 per cent make a small fortune employing cheap foreign workers.
  • 15) The spare capacity in the House was now 24 per cent.
  • 16) Germany have won 55 for a 60 per cent victory ratio.
  • 17) The existing subsidy arrangement of 43 per cent of costs with a 500,000 ceiling was obsolete.
  • 18) The company is gradually trading out of unwanted assets, now 15 per cent of the portfolio.
  • 19) ‘How many cents equal one dollar is not something that is subject to fluctuations.’
  • 20) ‘At the same time, the dollar traded near 88.5 cents against the euro, its lowest level since 17 May.’
  • 21) ‘Currently, 92 cents of every dollar spent on conservation payments to farmers is for their retiring environmentally sensitive land from production.’
  • 22) ‘Just in case our foreign readers aren't sure how stiff a penalty that is, at press time, 100 baht was equal to 2 US dollars and 33 cents.’
  • 23) ‘She'd given the restaurant all she had in her purse, a grand total of twenty-seven dollars and thirty six cents, the last dollar and thirty-six cents in pennies and nickels.’
  • 24) ‘And it's a cool job, I only work part time, I make seven dollars and five cents the hour and the tips are good.’
  • 25) ‘I know of a girl working for nine dollars and fifty cents an hour.’
  • 26) ‘Even so, the imbalance does not alter the economic rule that 3 cents to 5 cents of each dollar of sustained wealth will be spent, helping to boost overall demand.’
  • 27) ‘There are still a lot of bankrupt assets out there that are selling for 5 cents to 15 cents on the dollar.’
  • 28) ‘The loans are expected to sell for anywhere between 3 cents and 20 cents to the dollar.’
  • 29) ‘A cheating dealer will cheat anybody he wants to, whether the person is betting fifty cents or five hundred dollars.’
  • 30) ‘Currently, he said, California gets 77 cents back from each dollar it sends to Washington.’
  • 31) ‘Currently, less than 36 cents in every dollar spent on nursing facilities is spent directly on care.’
  • 32) ‘On the money markets, the US dollar recovered almost 1 cent against the euro to close at $1.0780 against $1.09 two days ago.’
  • 33) ‘Despite US labor laws, it is not uncommon to hear reports of women being paid 50 cents or a dollar an hour and, in other cases, forced to work for years with no pay at all.’
  • 34) ‘Let us assume that on average individuals spend 90 cents and save 10 cents of each additional dollar they receive.’
  • 35) ‘Housing continued as the most significant item of household expenditure, accounting for 24 cents in every dollar spent in 2000-01.’
  • 36) ‘Even vaudeville theaters ranged in price between ten cents and a dollar in the 1890s, and they attracted thousands of working-class visitors each year.’
  • 37) ‘A liquor pour cost of 18.3%, for example, means that it cost a little more than 18 cents to generate a dollar of liquor sales.’
  • 38) ‘Second, they implausibly erase much of the cost by assuming the Kerry plan would so increase efficiency that taxpayers would get back 30 cents of every dollar spent.’
  • 39) ‘We fail to understand the huge difference, and everyone is going to save that few extra cents wherever possible.’
  • 40) ‘It's the perception that I'm probably saving a few cents in the long run.’
  • 41) ‘Every cent of that money should be spent for a good reason, especially in a time of budget difficulties, as a matter of public interest.’
  • 42) ‘Every cent of this money is being spent on those that need it.’
  • 43) ‘Most Americans are dead set against cruelty to animals on factory farms and the concomitant devastation of the environment, even if it were to save them a few cents at the market.’
  • 44) ‘And if people are coming to McDonald's for a particular taste, they are not going to go to Wendy's or Burger King to save a few cents.’
  • 45) ‘Save some cents by using dark-brown shadow you probably already have stashed in your makeup bag.’
  • 46) ‘Inexpensive ones tend to shed, causing much more grief that the few cents you save are worth.’
  • 47) ‘One of the rare African America hedge fund managers, Bill Thomason says he likes to assess company management face-to-face before committing a cent of his money.’
  • 48) ‘Essentially, it's not illegal to go to Cuba; it's just illegal to spend a cent of U.S. money there.’
  • 49) ‘This amounted to theft on an unprecedented scale, the Papuans said, since they would see barely a cent of the money raised.’
  • 50) ‘Every cent helps, and we're even accepting Canadian Tire money.’
  • 51) ‘He said although the provincial Treasury would love to save every cent possible, traffic policing, emergency vehicles and police visibility during this time of the year were a priority.’
  • 52) ‘To ensure that cash flow and productivity gains aren't blown away by stormy conditions, tight-fisted managers are squeezing value out of every cent.’
  • 53) ‘Ambitious youngsters in Kentucky used to earn a few cents of spending money by harvesting and selling poke greens.’
  • 54) ‘I can invest every cent of taxpayers' money in waste facilities, but that alone will not solve the problem.’
  • 55) ‘If you are wanting every cent of your money to go straight to the grassroots, you may wish to consider the following group.’
  • 56) ‘I will ensure that every single cent of money is spent on the project for which it was intended.’
  • 57) ‘After all, given the Parliamentary taxpayer funded work that they have done in the past, I think we deserve an assurance that not one cent of taxpayer money went into the website.’
  • 58) ‘It asked for not one cent of provincial money, and in fact was required to pay a ‘negative subsidy’ of some $30 million a year to the province.’
  • 59) ‘‘Not one cent of taxpayers money has been used in any other than the most proper ethical and moral way,’ he told reporters.’
  • 60) ‘Not one cent of this money, I assure you, has gone for anything serious.’
  • 61) ‘In total, the US government is spending 625,000 for each of the 2,400 competitors at the Salt Lake City Games - and not a cent of that money will go to any of the athletes.’
  • 62) ‘He died this year, aged around 80, without ever seeing a cent of pension money.’
  • 63) ‘I didn't pocket a single cent of taxpayers' money.’
  • 64) ‘Antiabortion groups are against the use of both, and so far, not a cent of federal money has been spent on embryonic stem cell research.’
  • 65) ‘If film-makers want to make a truly skewed picture, Feds is thankfully offering us a chance not to have to waste a single cent of our hard-earned money on it.’
  • 66) ‘Protests were led by many of New Zealand's top players, none of whom takes a cent in appearance money for their national open.’
  • 67) ‘The slot machines have been a huge hit, but Charles swears he hasn't kept a cent of the money they've made.’
  • 68) ‘More humiliating, still, is the fact that Ralston doesn't save a cent by demoting him.’
  • 69) ‘In other words, one sentence after asserting that Boswell had ‘not taken a cent of public money,’ she observes that he lived daily on public money.’
  • 70) ‘The coffers were bare, with not a solitary cent left to rattle around them but money could, if absolutely necessary, be plucked from somewhere.’
  • 71) ‘Regarding the financing of the venture, he said not a cent of taxpayers' money went into the Kruger Park.’
  • 72) ‘He claims he will not pay a single cent of money to the Samsas, and perhaps may even call the authorities and file claims against them.’
  • 73) ‘I can't save a cent after paying boarding fees and for meals.’
  • 74) ‘Mr John Browne essentially accepted the point regarding Baltimore Harbour, and gave us another promise, but no money - not a cent!’
  • 75) ‘When she did he told her that Chris had signed the papers but he wasn't going to give her a cent of his money but he did want to see her one last time before they went their separate ways for good.’
  • 76) ‘We don't have so much as a cent of Rethan money, we don't hold a particular office in the hierarchy of this world, and we don't have information that could be used by someone else.’
  • 77) ‘Subsidy levels will be equivalent to 20 cents per litre of pure ethanol for two years, 15 cents per litre for three years and 10 cents per litre for three years.’
  • 78) ‘Geraldton motorists are now paying an average of 103.4 cents a litre for unleaded fuel - more than 4 cents more than two weeks ago.’
  • 79) ‘What strikes me as absurd is that the UK and other countries are only too happy to allow big employers move previously good paying jobs from their home countries to Eastern Europe for a few cents on the euro but heavens no, don't let those eastern Europeans come to the west.’

Examples

  • 1) Other associations include floral and pleasant scents.
  • 2) Vanilla and orchid are the strongest scents.
  • 3) The memory lingers like a favourite scent.
  • 4) If citrus scents make you feel good then great.
  • 5) Try light and crisp fragrances that leave a fresh scent.
  • 6) Most of them could still follow a scent trail.
  • 7) Tiny receptors inside the nose can detect thousands of scents.
  • 8) They go out as hound exercise clubs or follow an artificial scent.
  • 9) She cannot do interviews without enormous trays of lilies and scented candles.
  • 10) Do you struggle to find a scent you like?
  • 11) Their scent will soon fill the lanes.
  • 12) That most people really do get through a bottle of scent in four hours and urgently need more.
  • 13) The double grand-slam winner was almost certainly on the scent of something there.
  • 14) This being the season finale, he scents blood.
  • 15) Perhaps the bouquets' sweet scent hides the whiff of hypocrisy.
  • 16) Choose one with a scent you like, to make the instant hit all the more pleasurable.
  • 17) He swiftly followed till the tule ahead rustled gently, and the scent was _body scent_.
  • 18) I shrink wrap them, but after opening them - say 6 months later, the scent is almost gone.
  • 19) Plus it has to do with their eyes, the way they behave, and of course, the scent is an integral fact.
  • 20) I agree that you can buy the so called cheaper camo, but I am a believer in scent control.
  • 21) A ground blind will help cover some mistakes in scent, movement, and camo but if you're like me you'll want to be moving around; tracking and stalking.
  • 22) I now give a few squirts of spray to the inside of my cardboard toilet-paper rolls so that, with each use, a nice scent is released.
  • 23) The flipside to this scent is “Tiberius: Go Boldly”
  • 24) Also regarding scent, it depends on the area you are hunting, if you are in a heavy residential area then human scent is not as a problem vs. rural areas where human scent is rare.
  • 25) ‘People enjoyed them because of the scents and distinctive flavors.’
  • 26) ‘This is heavily perfumed with fruit that bursts out of the glass, filling the room with scents of freshly cut apple, pear and peach.’
  • 27) ‘It's dotted with linden trees that must have provided a pleasant scent when in bloom a few weeks ago.’
  • 28) ‘His Tiny Tots dahlias are unique in that they give off a pleasant scent, something dahlias just don't do.’
  • 29) ‘Analysis of its volatile components has identified the same molecules that give many familiar objects their distinctive scents.’
  • 30) ‘Orange or lemon rinds provide a pleasant scent to the kitchen.’
  • 31) ‘I could smell the distinct scent of strawberry shampoo on her hair.’
  • 32) ‘I could smell him, the distinct scent of him that was a mix of cologne and hair wax and his soap.’
  • 33) ‘It's a land of fishermen and farmers where you can smell fresh cut hay and the scent of the sea in a single step.’
  • 34) ‘Wherever you go in this island city, the French influence is as strong as the scent of freshly baked baguettes.’
  • 35) ‘Life at the ranch house starts early with the insistent chatter of birds and the scent of freshly ground Kenyan coffee.’
  • 36) ‘He can smell the spicy scent of her damp, freshly shampooed hair.’
  • 37) ‘The rustle of grain was gone, replaced by the earthy scent of a freshly harvested field.’
  • 38) ‘As a fragrance evaporates, you smell scents in three stages, starting with the top notes and ending with the bottom notes.’
  • 39) ‘Rex woke up to the strong aroma of coffee and smelled the sweet scent of fried bacon and eggs.’
  • 40) ‘In return for a donation, visitors had the chance to enjoy the colourful sights and fragrant scents of lovingly tended boarders, and pick up a few tips on garden design.’
  • 41) ‘I like jasmine tea's refreshing scent a lot, which I adore in the form of gelatin dessert, too.’
  • 42) ‘On a fine day the colours and scent from the lavender and herb beds that extend over 12 acres would make for a pleasant stroll.’
  • 43) ‘The green salad bordered on a non-event thanks to the iceberg lettuce, but the orange-tinged dressing had a nice sesame scent to it.’
  • 44) ‘In a small nonstick skillet, toast the cumin at medium heat until it releases its scent, about 20 seconds.’
  • 45) ‘Work has begun with a leading confectionery company on an equally intriguing chocolate perfume scent, but the project is still at an early stage.’
  • 46) ‘How long before politicians come out with their own clothes line and perfume scent?’
  • 47) ‘The new men's scent from Comme des Garçons is God's gift to perfume.’
  • 48) ‘Inside was a simple, dark blue, package containing a bottle of scent personally made for me by perfumers in London.’
  • 49) ‘I sprayed my favourite scent on my neck, checked my face in the mirror and brushed out my hair, then picked up my bag.’
  • 50) ‘Alternatively, just spray your favourite scent around the room (but be sparing).’
  • 51) ‘L' Eau D' Issey is the ultimate feminine scent, blending floral fragrances with fresh water.’
  • 52) ‘Charlize will appear in adverts starting next month - just when another Academy Awards queen is set to launch her own ads for a rival French scent.’
  • 53) ‘Victoria Beckham's favourite designer, Romeo Gigli, also launches his latest concoction, a spicy floral scent, this summer.’
  • 54) ‘For the final touch, I sprayed my signature scent, Moonlight Path, around the room, and walked through it.’
  • 55) ‘She sprayed her neck a bit of citric scent and took a peppermint tablet.’
  • 56) ‘A second scent is already in development, and a cologne for men is planned to follow.’
  • 57) ‘At the Caron store in Paris, phials of its scent are decanted from impressive fragrance fountains.’
  • 58) ‘I wish Mark would wear the scent I bought him for Christmas, Gina thought.’
  • 59) ‘The smell of cheap scent and rancid after-shave was all pervading.’
  • 60) ‘It's important to know that every scent or cologne smells different on every person.’
  • 61) ‘Later this year the NFH intend to experiment with trail hunting, in which a cloth soaked in a fox's urine is dragged across the countryside to give the hounds a scent to follow.’
  • 62) ‘Hounds follow the scent of a fox which may be quite some distance away.’
  • 63) ‘Then the pack of hounds chases the scent while followed by mounted riders.’
  • 64) ‘In a drag hunt, a field master leads a team on horseback, guided by foxhounds on the trail of an animal scent.’
  • 65) ‘One key characteristic of red herrings, apart from their colour, was their strong smell, so much so that one use for them on occasion was to train hounds to follow a scent.’
  • 66) ‘A fox was caught on Birk Fell, near Tilberthwaite, and a second got away after the pack met a group of walkers and the hounds lost the scent.’
  • 67) ‘It was just 20 minutes into the hunt when the hounds got their first scent.’
  • 68) ‘As the hounds picked up their scent, the howls became snarls.’
  • 69) ‘Quickly the pack of hounds caught a scent, and hurried to the chase, baying so loudly that the rocks and cliffs rang.’
  • 70) ‘Later, two other dogs were run across the suspected site and they too indicated a scent.’
  • 71) ‘Every blade of grass and bush had the scents of other animals that had encountered it.’
  • 72) ‘In the Amazon, a Waorani hunter detects the scent of animal urine at forty paces and identifies the species that deposited it.’
  • 73) ‘If a criminal runs away I can't always see where he has gone, but Otto doesn't look for them, he smells their scent and can track them.’
  • 74) ‘Before the runner sets off, he is put in an enclosed space with the hounds that then track his scent.’
  • 75) ‘No arrests were made, but one allegation was made to police that an anti-hunt follower sprayed a hound in the face to put it off the scent.’
  • 76) ‘Train your dog to locate objects by following scents on a trail for fun or sport.’
  • 77) ‘Airizelda walked along smelling the air every so often, searching for the scent of moose.’
  • 78) ‘Males, running to mark over puppies' bathrooming spots, are hiding the scent of the puppies from the grizzly.’
  • 79) ‘Both groups took longer to pass through the tunnel when predator scent was present than when it was absent.’
  • 80) ‘Marco, picking up the scent, tries to investigate, following Shaw around the country.’
  • 81) ‘It's possible it has been deliberately left there by the worm's author as a red herring to lead investigators off the scent.’
  • 82) ‘A lack of bullets initially put investigators off the scent of gunpowder.’
  • 83) ‘His point is laudable, but will likely prove ineffective once US news shows pick up the scent.’
  • 84) ‘If scent is the sense physically located closest to memory in the brain, then surely the synapses that channel sound tickle the trigger of imagination.’
  • 85) ‘Commercial fabric softeners are heavily scented with artificial fragrances that leave irritating residues on fabrics.’
  • 86) ‘They brought soap and scented the bathwater with fragrant oils.’
  • 87) ‘The water was just the right temperature and it was scented with lavender perfume and honey-suckle.’
  • 88) ‘With ingredients such as ginseng and tea these pleasantly scented products do the job very nicely.’
  • 89) ‘Homemade soaps are pleasant and offer therapeutic effects when scented with essential oils.’
  • 90) ‘An assembly of fresh wild mushrooms was heavily scented with dried ceps, and the cheese had been employed with restraint.’
  • 91) ‘It comes with a rice-and-red-bean salad and as well as a green salad scented with spices.’
  • 92) ‘The café is smart, and the shops sells every item which can conceivably be lavender scented - from soaps and candles to incense burners and perfumes.’
  • 93) ‘Simple and sophisticated, its tight, buttery crumb is scented with kirsch and shot through with soft summer berries.’
  • 94) ‘Laurel's hand was scented with a heavenly mixture of jasmine and roses that William would surely never forget.’
  • 95) ‘The sensuous milk bath is scented with fresh rose petals, kaffir lime and stimulating essential oils.’
  • 96) ‘She remembered it as a place that was scented with myrrh and strewn with silks.’
  • 97) ‘They are scented with different essences, and may be shaped as fruits or flowers, or simply made in little drop shapes.’
  • 98) ‘These are the tart, cooling flavours you expect further east, yet a Keralan fish stew may be scented with them all.’
  • 99) ‘An eighteenth-century version of this bun was scented with caraway, a habit that seemed to slip away over the next 100 years or so.’
  • 100) ‘I sat there on a wooden bench for a mug of special scented tea made from fresh tealeaves.’
  • 101) ‘Look for products scented with essential plant oils, such as lemon, verbena, or lavender.’
  • 102) ‘The air was fresh, yet warm for the season of the year and scented with leaves, earth and cool water falling down in glimmering cascades.’
  • 103) ‘The sauce was not too meaty, but loose and liquidy, scented with fresh herbs and wine.’
  • 104) ‘She exhaled in a great rush, rippling the water's surface, and reached for the soaps and scented oils her maids had left her.’
  • 105) ‘‘Like a shark scenting a drop of blood in a vast expanse of ocean, he sniffed out my vulnerability the first time he laid eyes on me,’ she writes in her new book.’
  • 106) ‘She was indeed already circling them, like a shark scenting spilled blood.’
  • 107) ‘It was finally lunch period, Mary walks to the line at the Café and later scents a familiar smell.’
  • 108) ‘She was about to begin to feed on the owls kill when she scented the smell of a felida, finally noticing a shadowed form at the back of the cave.’
  • 109) ‘The urchin got up a second time with the murderous expression of a dog scenting blood.’
  • 110) ‘They have ‘newcomer’ written all over them, and the con-artists and pick-pockets gravitate towards them like jackals scenting carrion.’
  • 111) ‘Just as I was trying to scent her on the breeze, I heard her call from the top branches of an oak tree.’
  • 112) ‘The Hammers, who had scented victory, had to withdraw their substitute striker in favour of a replacement defender in Neil Ruddock.’
  • 113) ‘Chants and songs echoed around the pub as fans scented victory.’
  • 114) ‘When McNicholas was shown a straight red for a high shot on Cruckshank, Leigh scented victory.’
  • 115) ‘By the end, wickets fell at an alarming rate and it was West who scented an unlikely victory.’
  • 116) ‘The guerilleros, scenting the victories to come, were in no mood to be forgiving.’
  • 117) ‘As Hitler's imminent demise was scented, Stalin rose to new heights of prestige at home and abroad.’
  • 118) ‘Some of the media drifted closer, scenting information the way sharks smell blood.’
  • 119) ‘Scepticism failed to save her from scenting danger in the ardent courtship of a rich young Philadelphian.’
  • 120) ‘And now Hollywood's literary agents are moving in, scenting huge profits from book and film rights.’
  • 121) ‘Although there have been 12 letters of objection to the plan, the two community councils in the area are scenting opportunity.’
  • 122) ‘It's Patrician's first season in the U - 16 section and midfield stroller Jason is already scenting a Championship triumph at the first attempt.’
  • 123) ‘scenting an issue which could have widespread appeal, they have been running a national campaign to make phone company applications go through the full planning process.’
  • 124) ‘The words will barely have settled on the page before someone scents a mistake.’
  • 125) ‘There was no shortage of money, as Penny, scenting change in the air, held yet another fundraiser.’
  • 126) ‘When we were seated he looked around as if scenting the air, and said, ‘This is very sixties.’’
  • 127) ‘‘Just a sec,’ I said, transforming again into my wolf form and scenting the air.’
  • 128) ‘I trudged on, scenting the air every so often to see if anyone was around me and also keeping track of where the border patrollers were.’
  • 129) ‘It was Tyrannix, scenting the air and swiveling his head in all directions.’
  • 130) ‘The other lifted his head as if scenting the air and very briefly closed his eyes.’
0

Use Linguix everywhere you write

Be productive and efficient, no matter where and what you write!

Linguix Apps

Get audience-specific corrections, access statistics, and view readability scores.

Browser Extensions

Get your writing checked on millions of websites, including Gmail, Facebook, and Google Docs.

Linguix Keyboard

Make your content read and look better on mobile.

MS Office add-ins

Download Linguix for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Outlook to check grammar, punctuation, and style instantly right in your documents.

This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy