fragrant

Part of speech: adverb

Fragrantly.

Part of speech: adjective

Having an agreeable smell.

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Usage examples "fragrant":

  1. From the bouquet that had been given him, he plucked tiny, fragrant blossoms, casting them to those that had given, and with them sending cheery word of hope, tender word of parting. - "A Fool There Was", Porter Emerson Browne.
  2. In her youth she had never loved it: she had always been eager to land on one of the islands, and spend hours in the depths of the fragrant woods, rather than on the dark and silent water. - "Hetty's Strange History", Anonymous.
  3. Lambert, 1901. Pure white, very fragrant. - "Roses and Rose Growing", Rose Georgina Kingsley.