Definition of Perfumy

1. scented [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Perfumy

performing arts
performs
perfrigeration
perfumatory
perfume
perfumed
perfumeless
perfumelike
perfumer
perfumeries
perfumers
perfumery
perfumes
perfumey
perfuming
perfumy (current term)
perfunctorily
perfunctoriness
perfunctory
perfusate
perfusates
perfuse
perfused
perfuses
perfusing
perfusion
perfusion cannula
perfusional
perfusionist
perfusionists

Literary usage of Perfumy

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1862)
"From her soft, perfumy presence to Mrs. Tozer's parlor, with that pervading ¡ consciousness in it of the shop hard by and | its store of provisions, ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1876)
"... and poured out a glass of wine from a bottle which stood there,—a rich, golden - coloured, perfumy wine, which sent its scent through the room. ..."

3. Bulletin by University of the State of New York (1902)
"When a bat was disturbed, it gave out " a nice perfumy smell." It is true. I never knew that; and some people might not consider it as pleasant as the ..."

4. Huckleberries Gathered from New England Hills by Rose Terry Cooke (1891)
"... she longed to be back in the handsome, well-ventilated church at Munson, with the soft rustle of a well-dressed, perfumy congregation about her, ..."

5. The Metropolitan (1842)
"... and rendered cool and perfumy in rose or jasmine scented water. " For my sake," said he, "preserve, ..."

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