How do you describe scents?
Adjectives can describe the general, overall quality of the smell. Wispy, rancid, airy, musty, stale, fresh, putrid, faint, light, floral, and acrid are all adjectives that could pertain to smell. Smell origins may take the form of a noun (the smell of leather) or an adjective (a leathery smell).
What words can describe smell?
How do you describe a strong scent?
Stench. Rich. Pungent.
What is another word for smells good?
How do you describe perfume in words?
What do flowers smell like?
What is musk smell like?
If musks were a colour it would be white. Their scent is subtle, with a powdery yet almost nothingness smell similar to baby’s skin. They are balancing base note ingredients that give a fragrance lingering depth and warmth.
How do you describe the smell of a candle?
What is Amber smell?
What are woody scents?
What is the smell of must?
What does lilac smell like?
What does rose smell like?
What does white musk smell like?
What does cherry blossom smell like?
What does lily smell like?
Described as modest, tremulous and meek, the lily of the valley’s tiny bell-like blossoms may well deserve those descriptors. But the flower’s scent can only be called perfection. It is a snowflake, a spoonful of vanilla ice cream, a baby’s smile – sweet and pure and irresistible.