[ UK /sˈɛntɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈsɛntɪd/ ]
  1. filled or impregnated with perfume
    perfumed boudoir
    perfumed stationery
    scented soap
  2. (used in combination) having the odor of
    a manure-scented barnyard
    clean-scented laundry
  3. having a natural fragrance
    the perfumed air of June
    the odorous air of the orchard
    odoriferous spices
    scented flowers
  4. having the sense of smell
    keen-scented hounds
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How To Use scented In A Sentence

  • The pouring of pure water scented with jasmine oil washes away worries.
  • Hytra Grouper on a bed of salicornia and spinach accompanied with a crayfish sauce scented with pelargonium at Hytra It's daybreak at Athens' Agora, or central market, and the air is buzzing with the cries of fish mongers hawking the day's catch. Not Your Typical Greek Salad
  • Scented candles, especially the industrial strength and size that many people light around the holidays, give off more than fragrance-studies show they produce tiny bits of pollution known as particulates that can inflame the respiratory tract and aggravate asthma, Dr. Sublett says. Msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines
  • Stripping off her leather breeches and boots, and her tunic, Isabella slid into the sudsy, herbal scented water of the tub, submersing her body up to her chin.
  • Biscuit base filled with lemon scented Ilalian ricotta cheese, decorated with strawberries and red currants.
  • Enjoy this jolly, spritzy, grapey, flowering currant and passion fruit-scented rosé well chilled. Times, Sunday Times
  • The homemade charcuterie offers a sampling of the old-school artisan updates this kitchen is capable of, from the coarsely-ground cervelat salami with pistachios and garlic to the clove-scented pâté. Philly.com - Latest Videos
  • Add to this Lilium auratum; eucryphias - ‘they flower late in August, which is very satisfactory’ - and hoheria, ‘a lovely little tree with the most beautiful honey-scented flowers’.
  • It is good with couscous, drizzled over char-grilled vegetables, thinned out with extra virgin olive oil for a spicy, rose-scented marinade or dressing, or stirred into mayonnaise and dolloped on to grilled fish or chicken.
  • At the sound he snorted with a sudden start that jerked him through the air from water to meadow, and his feet sank into the young velvet, while he pricked his ears and again scented the air. All Gold Cañon
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