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aromatic

Chemistry (of an organic compound) having an unsaturated ring containing alternating double and single bonds, esp containing a benzene ring; exhibiting aromaticity

aromatic

[¦ar·ə¦mad·ik]
(organic chemistry)
Pertaining to or characterized by the presence of at least one benzene ring.
Describing those compounds having physical and chemical properties resembling those of benzene.
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Dark-colored, the aromatically right 1997 La T,che reveals Asian spices, pepper, cherries and black currants.
Eventually, they made it as a starter and a fine generous bowlful they were too, aromatically steamy in their white wine, cream, garlic and herb sauce.
And tell him he's much sexier when he's aromatically a delight.
d'Avray's aromatically titled Death and the Prince, with its overtones of a Romantic string quartet in D minor, manages to live up to the expectations that it arouses, and provides readers with a sensitive and supple study of memorial preaching about princes before 1350.
She wheeled in a dolly with a red bucket on it, picked up a paintbrush and proceeded to slather two kilograms of black, aromatically scented mud all over my body.
In Lembeek," Jackson writes, "the revivalist lambic brewer Franck Boon makes an aromatically fruity, almost lemony unblended product.
Her Cuban heritage creeps into the cuisine, in creations like the award-winning pepper-enhanced turkey sausage served with aromatically spiced turkey breast.
The aromatically seasoned garbanzo flour in the falafel has a substantial character that many mistake for meat.
Aromatically baked in-store in an old world brick oven, a myriad of shapes and flavors are offered fresh all day.
mm acqua leaves skin aromatically scented with top notes of sliced ginger, star ruby grapefruit and white pepper, middle notes of warm nutmeg, Egyptian jasmine and skin musk while balancing perfectly with bottom notes of Texas white cedar, Haitian vetiver and Bois de Encens.