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a distinctive yet intangible quality deemed typical of a given thing

a sweet or pleasant odor

the quality of something that may be perceived by the olfactory sense

Synonyms for aroma

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That fine moral aroma would not have been thought much of by the public opinion of Kennel Yard, which was the very focus or heart of Bob's world, even if it could have made itself perceptible there; yet, for all that, he was not utterly a sneak and a thief as our friend Tom had hastily decided.
And so, as night was drawing on, I came to the southern end of a line of cliffs loftier than any I had seen before, and as I approached them, there was wafted to my nostrils the pungent aroma of woodsmoke.
His twitching nostrils were drinking in a familiar aroma.
yelled the crowd, echoing the crash of the collapsing roof of the barn, the burning grain in which diffused a cakelike aroma all around.
The grain was waist-high on either side the wagon road, and he sniffed the warm aroma of it with delighted nostrils.
He warmed the teapot--almost too deftly--rejected the Orange Pekoe that the parlour-maid had provided, poured in five spoonfuls of a superior blend, filled up with really boiling water, and now called to the ladies to be quick or they would lose the aroma.
Butyric acid and isovaleric acid together are sometimes used to imitate the dominant aromas.
The department found that Turkish coffee consists of 65 different tastes and aromas.
The Santa Julia cabernet sauvignon 2016 has aromas of black cherries, prunes, gooseberries, blackberries and spices, the company reports, with full-bodied flavors.
AFTER A MILD WINTER, Spring 2017 arrives with refreshing colors, flavors and aromas.
Based on our lab work, we've come to believe that aromas can help compensate for the reduction of fat, sugar and salt in healthful foods and make them more appealing to consumers.
These are known as primary aromas and help you identify the variety of the grape.
Wolf admire the as the wine butter or dairy notes, then these are just a couple of the secondary aromas developed as a result of winemaking processes.
Coffee cupping is the practice of observing the tastes and aromas of brewed coffee.
Segundo, en la metodologia se explica el proceso del experimento que usa el aroma del cuero como estimulo y 2 aromas de comparacion: el cuero sintetico y la tela.