[ UK /sˈɛnt/ ]
[ US /ˈsɛnt/ ]
  1. an odor left in passing by which a person or animal can be traced
  2. any property detected by the olfactory system
  3. a distinctive odor that is pleasant
  1. apply perfume to
    She perfumes herself every day
  2. cause to smell or be smelly
  3. catch the scent of; get wind of
    The dog nosed out the drugs
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How To Use scent In A Sentence

  • I learned how to negotiate fights between adolescent girls without making it seem like parental interference.
  • You see that you're undershooting and so, leaving the throttle as is, you attempt to flatten your descent path by lifting the nose a bit - and you enter the region of reverse command.
  • Diving underweighted can lead to buoyant ascents at the end of the dive, so I am not advocating that everyone knocks a couple of kilos off the next time they dive.
  • Stink gases in sewage farm of oil refinery pollute environment and influence scent of people. Adsorbents can be used to deodorize the stink gases.
  • It was a simple rectangle of crudely mounded basalt rocks, a distinctive arrangement reminiscent of the way Samoans and other Polynesians marked their dead in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
  • My writing partner is a violent, chauvinistic semi-literate adolescent.
  • The pouring of pure water scented with jasmine oil washes away worries.
  • I got off it and he was incandescent with rage, much of which was to impress the owners. The Sun
  • The convalescent child was penned up in the house by his parent.
  • The difference in turn-on time would generally not be noticeable for standard household incandescent bulbs, since they turn on very quickly.
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