ETYM Latin ambrosius, Greek.
1. Extremely pleasing to the taste; sweet and fragrant; SYN. ambrosian, nectarous.
2. Worthy of the gods; SYN. ambrosian.
ETYM Latin fragrans. -antis, p. pr. of fragrare to emit a smell of fragrance: cf. Old Fren. fragrant.
ETYM Latin redolens, -entis, p. pr. of redolere to emit a scent, diffuse an odor; pref. red-, re-, re- + olere to emit a smell. Related to Odor.
Fragrant; smelling of; suggestive of.
Smelling or smacking (of).
(Used with 'of' or 'with') Noticeably odorous; SYN. smelling.
Deliciously, with a divine smell or taste
Mildly; soothingly; softly
Aromatically, with a sweet smell; pleasantly, delightfully
While spreading a scent, while giving off a smell (especially a good one)
With a strong odor, aromatically, fragrantly