This bruschetta, topped with squid, tangy goat cheese, fragrant mint, and sweet roasted garlic, is a meal on toast.
The air was alive with the spirit of the place, fragrant and humid, and humming with energy.
The now creamy polenta was ladled onto the plates, and this most fragrant of deep brown chicken stews spooned on top.
Plus a spoonful of the juicy salsa for a fragrant tomato and chili hit.
Even today, dog meat—euphemistically called “fragrant meat”—is still consumed in many rural areas.
All through the air the smell of heather, sweet and fragrant, reigns.
He noticed that there was a fragrant smell of apples in the air.
The daughter of Millbank looked as bright and fragrant as the fair creations that surrounded her.
She leaned swiftly in front of him; a fragrant breeze stirred his hair.
They were feasted, and seemed quite at home in smoking the pipe of fragrant tobacco.
mid-15c., from Latin fragrantem (nominative fragrans) "sweet-smelling," present participle of fragrare "emit (a sweet) odor," from PIE root *bhrag- "to smell" (cf. Middle High German bræhen "to smell," Middle Dutch bracke, Old High German braccho "hound, setter;" see brach).