Scented in a sentence as an adjective

Someone has to do it to sell those cologne scented pages.

Two gin-scented tears trickled down the sides of his nose.

You can buy smiling rocks and fart scented candles in stores, and nobody cries fowl.

Maybe they only use lemon scented paper napkins.

If they didn't want cat urine-scented, they should have opted for the plain 6430, not the u.

And now I know why a supposedly barely scented spray leaves such a perfumed stink when I use enough to remove real odors.

People have been using scented fragrances to cover up both body odor and other odors for thousands of years.

Which didn't make sense to me until I watched the video and found they meant to say, "Pizza-scented thermal ink", which is ink that smells like pizza.

Wings/No Wings, Light/Heavy/Overnight/OMG, scented/unscented, Thong, etc. I must spend 5-10 minutes just trying to make sure I have the right ones that she likes.

If your range doesn't have everything they want for their main shop, they'll be driving to wal-mart for those scented candles anyway so wal-mart will get their entire main shop.

If I start using a special scented soap while travelling in India, can I come back and state that the use of the soap prevents tiger attacks because I was attacked 0 times while I was there?

You would like to search for flights that never use lemon scented paper napkins, but you cannot, so there is no way to tell if spending 100 dollars more will make you happy so why bother?And maybe its only worth 50 dollars to you not to get lemon scented ...

Alum, aluminium chlorohydrate, and aluminum zirconium tetrachlorohydrex gly don't have any significant smell of their own. Indeed, you can buy unscented deodorants from the major manufacturers, and they are exactly as effective as the scented ones.

Scented definitions


having the sense of smell; "keen-scented hounds"


filled or impregnated with perfume; "perfumed boudoir"; "perfumed stationery"; "scented soap"

See also: perfumed


having a natural fragrance; "odoriferous spices"; "the odorous air of the orchard"; "the perfumed air of June"; "scented flowers"

See also: odoriferous odorous perfumed sweet sweet-scented sweet-smelling


(used in combination) having the odor of; "clean-scented laundry"; "a manure-scented barnyard"