(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
Pleasant smell
1. odor, odorousness, smell, scent, effluvium; emanation, exhalation; fume, essence, trail, redolence; pungency; fragrance, aroma, perfume, bouquet, ambrosia, ester; sense of smell, olfaction. See malodorousness.
2. incense; frankincense, myrrh; pastille; perfumes of Arabia; attar; balsam; bergamot, balm, civet, musk, potpourri; cachou; pomander, potpourri; nosegay; scent, scentbag; sachet, smelling salts, vinaigrette; [eau de] cologne, toilet water. Slang, rape fluid.
1. be fragrant, have an odor or perfume, smell sweet; smell of, exhale; give out a smell; scent, perfume, embalm.
2. smell, scent; snuff [up]; sniff; nose, inhale; get wind of. Slang, schmeck.
Adjectives — odorous, odoriferous; [strong-]smelling; strong-scented; redolent, aromatic, savory, sweet, fragrant, pungent, spicy, balmy, sweet-smelling or -scented, perfumed, fragrant as a rose; muscadine, ambrosial; reeking (see malodorousness); olfactory. Slang, funky.
(Roget's IV) n.
Syn. smell, perfume, fragrance, bouquet; see smell 1 , 2 .
See Synonym Study at smell .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.
scent, smell, aroma, fragrance, essence, effluvium, redolence, fume, emanation, whiff, stench, stink, bouquet, perfume.
types: foul, fetid, rank, goaty, musty, spring-fresh, herbal, floral, pungent, spicy, chemical, organic, fruity, sweet, sour, rancid, incense, civet, musk, potpourri, frankincense, sandalwood, myrrh, balsam, antiseptic, dank, stale, honeysuckle, lilac, putrid, carbolic, spindrift, ozone, fishy, diesel, ambrosial.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun The quality of something that may be perceived by the olfactory sense: aroma, scent, smell. See SMELLS.

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