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Abattoir also features dishes redolent with head cheese, innards, feet and tongue.
Expressions so redolent of the laboratory are as well left alone unless the metaphor they suggest is really valuable.
His office is redolent with vanilla, owing to his adjacent warehouse, filled with bundles awaiting export.
Caravans came loaded with exotic goods redolent of distant lands.
It is too redolent of voodoo economics to be financially credible and too confusing to impress the voters.
These lines are redolent with depression and the sense of estrangement from humanity which depression fosters.
For an amuse-bouche the table gets cinnamon rolls redolent of airport layovers.
They are not fluorescent concoctions redolent of high-fructose corn syrup.
To those who knew him, his books are hauntingly redolent of his sensibility.
It seems a cynical and desperate piece of plot-weaving, all too redolent of the lowest of the low soap operas.
Redolent, she thinks-Keatsian word-redolent of summertime and summer ease.
Its active character is thought to derive from the degradation of the compound into more redolent degradation products.
Blissful visitors stroll the park, the air redolent with the scent of sunscreen.
The air was thick and redolent with the sticky sweet smell of ripe marijuana.
Wright, names redolent in memory of rifles and sable-traps, and hemlock.

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