noun olo·ro·so \ˌō-lə-ˈrō-(ˌ)sō\
plural olo·ro·sos

Definition of OLOROSO

:  a dry full-bodied Spanish sherry

Origin of OLOROSO

Spanish, from oloroso fragrant, from olor odor, from Latin, from olēre to smell — more at odor
First Known Use: 1876

Rhymes with OLOROSO


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