Definition of 'redolent'
Example sentences containing 'redolent'
Print dances up and down before me, redolent of meaning, but not yet, not yet.THE PRESIDENT'S CHILD (2003)
I'm sure they used some such phrase as ` redolent of old Spain and a must for all visitors to Castile".DOUBLE DECEIT (2003)
"I don't think swords redolent with binding spells are, either," protested Lirael, slumping into her chair.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2003)
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