lavender water

  1. a perfume made of essential oils of lavender and alcohol

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How to use lavender water in a sentence

  • As he entered, one of the maids rose from beside her mistress, bearing away the silver bowl of lavender water.

    God Wills It! | William Stearns Davis
  • Twice each week she used to take him some lavender water, which he was very fond of, and seized with great eagerness.

  • The President meanwhile opened a reticule, took out a bottle of lavender-water, and poured a few drops on her handkerchief.

    The Open Question | Elizabeth Robins
  • The lavender-water—some feathers to burn under his nose— Hungary water to rub his temples.

    The Beaux-Stratagem | George Farquhar
  • I hope you got your parcel safe, and that the lavender-water had not oozed out of the bottle; the cork did not seem tight.