What is another word for aromatics?

Pronunciation: [ɐɹə͡ʊmˈatɪks] (IPA)

Aromatics refer to the fragrant substances used in perfumes, cosmetics, and spices. Synonyms for aromatics include fragrance, bouquet, essence, aroma, smell, and scent. Fragrance refers to any pleasant, sweet, or subtle smell that is often associated with flowers and plants. Bouquet is used to describe complex and rich aromas, especially in wines. Essence describes the characteristic fragrance of a substance, and aroma is a sweet or savory smell that fills the air. Smell refers to the scent of an object or place, while scent is a more delicate and subtle fragrance that is often used in perfumes and candles.

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Usage examples for Aromatics

Nearly a million each year was drained away to the remoter East, to purchase aromatics and jewels for the elaborate toilette of the Roman lady.
"Roman Society from Nero to Marcus Aurelius"
Samuel Dill
The entire plant is used to make a decoction, often combined with aromatics.
"The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines"
T. H. Pardo de Tavera
We learn from Defoe's "Journal of the Plague Year, 1665," how largely perfumes, aromatics, and essences, were employed to escape contagion at that time.
"Old Church Lore"
William Andrews

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