[ UK /sˈɛntləs/ ]
emitting or holding no odor
scentless wisps of straw
a scentless stretch of rocky ground
- lacking the sense of smell
How To Use scentless In A Sentence
- Thus kindly I scatter Thy leaves o 'er the bed Where thy mates of the garden Lie scentless and dead.
- scentless wisps of straw
- In spring you see clematis montana rubens everywhere, sugary pink, scentless and often clashing with equally ubiquitous but bright chrome yellow Forsythia.
- Some oreganos are mild, almost scentless, and not great for cooking, while others are pungent and flavorful.
- The leaves of West Indian varieties are scentless , while Guatemalan types are rarely anise-scented and have medicinal use.
- a scentless stretch of rocky ground
- Four weeks later, subjects with the scentless patch had lost an average of only 2.4 pounds, while those sniffing vanilla lost an average of four pounds.
- It is a scentless, unappealing botanical fraud sold by sharks to suckers.
- This deodorant won't leave any white residue and is one of the few that are actually completely scentless.
- Although the plants are dowdy looking and scentless during the day, at dusk they suddenly release a powerful ravishing scent.