Definition of Perfumer

1. Noun. A person who makes (and sells) perfumes.

Generic synonyms: Maker, Shaper



Definition of Perfumer

1. n. One who, oe that which, perfumes.

Definition of Perfumer

1. Noun. A person who creates new perfumes. ¹

2. Noun. A person who makes or sells perfume. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Perfumer

1. one that perfumes [n -S] - See also: perfumes

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Perfumer

performers
performic
performic acid
performic acid reaction
performing
performing art
performing artist
performing arts
performs
perfrigeration
perfumatory
perfume
perfumed
perfumeless
perfumelike
perfumer (current term)
perfumeries
perfumers
perfumery
perfumes
perfumey
perfuming
perfumy
perfunctorily
perfunctoriness
perfunctory
perfusate
perfusates
perfuse
perfused

Literary usage of Perfumer

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1. Summer Cruise in the Mediterranean on Board an American Frigate by Nathaniel Parker Willis (1853)
"Tlte Sultan's perfumer—Etiquette of Smoking—Temptations for Purchasers—Exquisite Flavor of the Turkish Perfumes—The Slave Market of Constantinople—Slaves ..."

2. The Tatler by Joseph Addison, Alexander Chalmers, Richard Steele (1822)
"On Monday next will be delivered to subscribers, by Charles Lillie, perfumer, at the corner of Beauford-buildings, in the Strand, and J. Mor- phew, ..."

3. The Town: Its Memorable Characters and Events by Leigh Hunt (1859)
"... the perfumer—Aaron Hill —Fielding—Southampton Street—Cecil and Salisbury Streets— Durham House—Raleigh—Pennant on the Word Place or Palace— New ..."

4. The Town: Its Memorable Characters and Events by Leigh Hunt (1859)
"... the perfumer—Aaron Hill '—Fielding—Southampton Street—Cecil and Salisbury Streets— Durham House—Raleigh—Pennant on the Word Place or Palace— New ..."

5. Egypt: Three Essays on the History, Religion and Art of Ancient Egypt by Martin Brimmer (1891)
"... thy chief perfumer anoints thee with essences; thy director of the waters attends thee with garlands; thy farm-steward brings thee geese; thy fisherman ..."

6. Perfumery by Campbell Morfit (1853)
"THE TRADE OF perfumer. THERE are three distinct classes—the manufacturer, the merchant, and the trader, or retailer of perfumery;—to each of which this work ..."

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