Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: scents
IPA transcription: [s'ɛnts]
Usage examples
  • Many of the lovely flowers in this class have a rather strong, sweet smell, something like a mixture of the scents of Rose and Tulip.
  • The wind blows across softly from the south shore, and brings with it scents of heath and thyme, caught from the high upland moors above the town.
  • That as the wind bears with it the sweet scents of the purfumed places over which it passes, so the wine he was going to drink, coming from her fair hands, received a more exquisite flavour than it naturally possessed.
  • Though the green landscape was blotted here and there with heaps of coal, it was green elsewhere, and there were trees to see, and there were larks singing (though it was Sunday), and there were pleasant scents in the air, and all was over-arched by a bright blue sky.