Origin of alliaceous
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How to use alliaceous in a sentence
An ethereal liquid, lighter than water, having an aromatic odour, slightly alliaceous.
Arsenic, when vaporized, may be known by its peculiar alliaceous odor.
Arsenic also gives its peculiar alliaceous odor, which is so characteristic that it can be easily detected.
The peculiar alliaceous flavour that belongs to them is well known.
Many wild bees (Andrena) are distinguished by their pungent alliaceous smell.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. II (of 4)|William Kirby