- redmond, john edward,
- redon, odilon,
- redondo beach,
Origin of redolent
Examples from the Web for redolent
The atmosphere at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea was redolent of these lobster palaces.My Big, Buttery Lobster Roll Rumble: We Came, We Clawed, We Conquered|Scott Bixby|June 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The name, so redolent of a certain archetype of American womanhood, is irresistible to anyone red-blooded.
So the bullet that Gavrilo Princip fired at old Archduke Ferdinand in Sarajevo (a redolent place-name) goes on echoing.
The darkness was redolent of strong tobacco-smoke, the smoke of a cheroot.The Sins of Sverac Bablon|Sax Rohmer
"Copperfield" is redolent of his own early associations and experiences in London.Dickens' London|Francis Miltoun
From it the lid had just been removed, and the room was redolent of the fragrant odour of early spring roots and herbs.Dead Souls|Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol
After keeping them waiting for some time, Grace swept in wearing a new gown tinkling with jets and redolent with sachet.Talbot's Angles|Amy E. Blanchard
Everywhere water-pipes are gently pouring forth their offerings to the thirsty ground, and the whole town is redolent of perfume.Cyprus|Franz von Lher
Word Origin for redolent
c.1400, from Old French redolent "emitting an odor" and directly from Latin redolentem (moninative redolens), present participle of redolere "emit a scent, diffuse odor," from red-, intensive prefix (see re-), + olere "give off a smell" (see odor).