eau de cologne

NOUN
  1. a perfumed liquid made of essential oils and alcohol
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How To Use eau de cologne In A Sentence

  • She was a neat little blonde, five years my senior, and perpetually smelling of eau de cologne and cheap powder.
  • The house was filled with flowers, and the pool filled with eau de cologne. Times, Sunday Times
  • Destined to die … A decilitre of Eau de Cologne every minute. Brave New World
  • Sniffing it from the bottle, the Habanita top notes are fresh and subtle – a rush of masculine woody notes of mastic a gum from a Mediterranean bush, juniper berry and cedarwood are accompanied by a generous amount of bergamot, which is citrusy but not in the fruity or eau de cologne sense of citrus – a more refined, green and slightly floral note derived from the bergamot bitter non-edible oranges. Archive 2006-07-01
  • Taking a deep breath, she noticed the faint waft of a musky eau de cologne in the air.
  • She was a neat little blonde, five years my senior, and perpetually smelling of eau de cologne and cheap powder.
  • Going back to 1918, visitors to Padre Pio claimed his wounds had a smell of carbolic acid and that he covered up the smell with eau de cologne, claiming his blood had a miraculous fragrance. The Shroud Codex
  • The combined smell of garlic and eau de cologne was terrible.
  • You may be familiar with famous names of aux such as Carmelite Water, Florida Water, Eau de Cologne, Hungary Waters, and others. Archive 2007-04-01
  • His arms engulfed me; his eau de cologne was overwhelming; his voice was a cheery roar. COASTLINERS
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