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enfleurage

noun en·fleu·rage \ˌäⁿ-ˌflər-ˈäzh\

Definition of ENFLEURAGE

:  a process of extracting perfumes by exposing absorbents to the exhalations of flowers
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Origin of ENFLEURAGE

French, from enfleurer to saturate with the perfume of flowers, from en- 1en- + fleur flower, from Old French flor — more at flower
First Known Use: 1855

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