Origin of bergamot
Words nearby bergamot
How to use bergamot in a sentence
Before you try analyzing the bergamot accents and patchouli notes of your favorite perfume though, you can aim for something simpler by playing around with essential oils.
It's also amazing that this dressed-up baby is getting thrown out with its bergamot-scented bathwater.
No more were bergamot or southern-wood, although vegetable in their nature.My Lady Ludlow|Elizabeth Gaskell
My handkerchief smelt of lavender, and my hair of oil of thyme—my waistcoat of bergamot, and my inexpressibles of musk.
Rub the musk with the bergamot, then add it to the soap, and beat up.The Art of Perfumery|G. W. Septimus Piesse
Oil of bergamot, is extracted by pressure from the rind of the ripe fruit of the citrus bergamium and aurantium.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
A great round bed of "Robin-run-away," bergamot, that scented the air and attracted the humming-birds.A Little Girl in Old New York|Amanda Millie Douglas
British Dictionary definitions for bergamot
- wild bergamot a North American plant, Monarda fistulosa, with clusters of purple flowers: family Lamiaceae (labiates)
- a garden plant of the same genus, usually M. didyma (bee balm), grown for its scarlet or pink flowers