Examples of cologne in a Sentence
She put on some cologne and combed her hair.
a TV commercial for men's cologne
TV commercials for men's colognes.
Recent Examples of cologne from the Web
The trademark covers everything from cosmetics to perfumes, colognes, and even skincare.
Named for the location of the fabled fountain of youth, Florida Water was created over 200 years ago and originally intended as a simple cologne.
L'Occitane: The French beauty and organic cosmetics brand will open a store offering skin care, bath and body, cologne and perfume, and hair care products.
Scents with an atomizer hold up a bit longer than splash colognes, and fragrances composed solely from natural ingredients may fade faster and mutate more than those that use some synthetics to give them structure and consistency.
One cologne is marked down by an online retailer to $9.99 an ounce, from $42.
The best thing about the latest crop spring colognes?
The new hire at his chemist, a bashful Saudi girl, shies from his request to spray colognes on his hand.
Theft Someone took bottles of cologne from a display at a store in the 1900 block of Tower Drive on April 4, police said.
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Definition of Cologne
COLOGNE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cologne for English Language Learners
: a liquid that has a light, pleasant smell and that people put on their skin : a light kind of perfume that does not have a strong smell
COLOGNE Defined for Kids
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