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Scented vs. Flavoured

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Scentedadjective

Having a pleasant aroma.

Flavouredadjective

(British spelling) Having a specific taste, often due to the addition of flavouring.

‘This is only grape flavoured soda, the flavouring is artificial; real grape juice tastes much richer.’;

Scentedadjective

Having a smell of any kind.

‘a plant with skunk-scented leaves’;

Flavouredverb

simple past tense and past participle of flavour

Scentedadjective

Having perfume added.

‘a scented soap’; ‘a scented soap’;

Flavoured

same as flavored; - of foods.

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Scentedverb

simple past tense and past participle of scent

Flavouredadjective

having been given flavor (as by seasoning)

Scentedadjective

having the sense of smell;

‘keen-scented hounds’;

Scentedadjective

filled or impregnated with perfume;

‘perfumed boudoir’; ‘perfumed stationery’; ‘scented soap’;

Scentedadjective

having a natural fragrance;

‘odoriferous spices’; ‘the odorous air of the orchard’; ‘the perfumed air of June’; ‘scented flowers’;

Scentedadjective

(used in combination) having the odor of;

‘clean-scented laundry’; ‘a manure-scented barnyard’;

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