aroma aroma  /ə ˈroʊ mə/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) any property detected by the olfactory system
  2. (n) a distinctive odor that is pleasant

Usage(s):

  1. Coming up with just the right aroma is a complex process.
  2. There's a scene midway through Twilight in which, for the first time, Edward leans in close and sniffs the aroma of Bella's exposed neck.
  3. The warm aroma of a bakery.

News

  1. It's market season

    A fresh strawberry aroma filled the air and gravel stirred under shoes and dog paws as shoppers crunched along the path between tents manned by farmers and artisans at Stage Fort Park Thursday afternoon. The occasion was the opening of the Cape Ann F
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Gloucester Daily Times

  2. Fish kill adds summer 'aroma' to area lakes

    Parts of some Twin Cities lakes have acquired a certain aroma that is linked to a combination of dead fish and decomposing plants.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: KARE 11 Minneapolis-St. Paul

  3. Fish kills add summer 'aroma' to area lakes

    Parts of some Twin Cities lakes have acquired a certain aroma that is linked to a combination of dead fish and decomposing plants.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: KARE 11 Minneapolis-St. Paul

Quotes

  1. "There was a strong aroma about her, and I told her this needed to be taken care of before I went to court with her," Crockett said.
    on Aug 14, 2008 By: Davy Crockett Source: FOXNews

  2. Describing the popular fragrance that has been created by the oldest French perfumer, Robertet, Shilpa said: "The perfume is truly unique because of the whole edge we have with the ethnic aroma. We have an amalgam of jasmine and citrus and it's a...
    on Jul 21, 2007 By: Shilpa Shetty Source: Times of India

  3. "The scent of the warm sandwiches interferes with the coffee aroma in our stores," said Schultz. "While our customers liked our sandwiches, they told us they missed the aroma and the romance of coffee."
    on Jan 31, 2008 By: Howard Schultz Source: Motley Fool

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