The air was alive with the spirit of the place, fragrant and humid, and humming with energy.
This bruschetta, topped with squid, tangy goat cheese, fragrant mint, and sweet roasted garlic, is a meal on toast.
The now creamy polenta was ladled onto the plates, and this most fragrant of deep brown chicken stews spooned on top.
mid-15c., from Latin fragrantem (nominative fragrans) "sweet-smelling," present participle of fragrare "emit (a sweet) odor," from PIE root *bhrag- "to smell" (cf. Middle High German bræhen "to smell," Middle Dutch bracke, Old High German braccho "hound, setter;" see brach).