The name, so redolent of a certain archetype of American womanhood, is irresistible to anyone red-blooded.
The atmosphere at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea was redolent of these lobster palaces.
So the bullet that Gavrilo Princip fired at old Archduke Ferdinand in Sarajevo (a redolent place-name) goes on echoing.
A beautiful woman, her arms stretched out to him, welcomes him from her couch of-289- brilliant, redolent flowers.
The place was redolent with the fumes of whisky and tobacco.
The husbands, brothers, and lovers had come in, and the scene was redolent of gaiety.
It gloried in three names, all of which were redolent of home.
He was not a pious bird—belonging to Slivers, he could hardly be expected to be—and his language was redolent of Billingsgate.
“Our men,” on the other hand, is redolent of sentimental domesticity.
The scent of the redolent grass of the great keg hung heavily upon the air and smelt sweet in his nostrils.