verb (used with object), a·ro·ma·tized, a·ro·ma·tiz·ing.
- aromatic compound,
- aromatic series,
- aromatic spirits of ammonia,
- aron kodesh,
Origin of aromatize
Examples from the Web for aromatize
An almost imponderable quantity of this essential oil will suffice to aromatize a gallon of water.
Then put the same quantity of ants as before; do this three times, then aromatize the spirit with cinnamon.
late 15c., from Old French aromatiser (12c.), from Latin aromatizare, from Greek aromatizein "to spice," from aromat-, stem of aroma "seasoning, sweet spice" (see aroma).