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o·dor

(ō'dŏr),
Volatile emanation from any substance that stimulates the olfactory receptor cells.
Synonym(s): scent
[L.]

scent

The smell of a thing or person. See Pseudoscent.

scent

a distinctive, agreeable odor. Animals secrete them from sweat and sebaceous glands and special scent glands. See also pheromone.

scent gland impaction
the secretion in the gland becomes inspissated and forms an irritating foreign body.
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If the consumer is spraying pumpkin spice in the air during the fall, they're probably not going to want a heavy floral scented dish soap," he notes.
The wide usage of scented products in the US is an outstanding opportunity for the fragrance industry; the fact that so many women are using more than one type of scented product indicates that the fragrance industry's audience has a variety of scent needs and desires that they are looking to fulfill," said Karen Grant, vice president and global beauty industry analyst, The NPD Group, Inc.
Indeed, no scented garden would be complete without some sort of lily and one of the easiest to grow is the regal lily, Lilium regale.
We found that the memory for the scented pencils was much greater than memory for the unscented pencils, and that this effect was especially pronounced after a time delay," the authors write.
2 : to get a hint of <Aunt Petunia obviously scented danger, too .
which supplies various scented products under the Gonesh brand, notes that consumer demand for reeds and diffuser oils has exploded.
3 New scented candles from Home 360 will focus on traditional Christmas scents for the fourth quarter but venture into more exotic ones for the new year.
Fragrant Cloud, Wendy Cussons and Ena Harkness are favourites but newer varieties like Velvet Fragrance, Scent-sation, Well-Being and Warm Wishes are also beautifully scented.
Flint Ink has introduced its Rub'nSmell scented inks, which will enhance the appeal of consumer brands.
Many churches are becoming aware of medical problems some people have with scents and chemicals and are asking parishioners and visitors to be sensitive about their use of scented products when coming to church.
For many, the use of fragrances like perfume, cologne, after-shave or scented lotion is a personal choice affecting only the user.