the quality of being fragrant; a sweet or pleasing scent.
perfume, cologne, toilet water, or the like.

1660–70; < French < Late Latin frāgrantia. See fragrant, -ance

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fragrance or fragrancy (ˈfreɪɡrəns)
n , pl -grances, -grancies
1.  a pleasant or sweet odour; scent; perfume
2.  the state of being fragrant
fragrancy or fragrancy

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Word Origin & History

1660s, from Fr. fragrance, from L.L. fragrantia, from fragrans (see fragrant).
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Example sentences
Add essential oils such as lavender or lemon to your cleaning products for a
  pleasant fragrance.
The consolidation among fragrance makers over the past year has dramatically
  reordered the industry.
The luminous, double-rose flowers have a sublime fragrance.
Each variety had a distinct fragrance from the others, but all were easily
  identifiable as a rose fragrance.
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