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
Soon the surface of his dresser was teeming with essences and serums, toners, moisturizers and colognes.
On the floor, for instance, are two bottles, one holding liquor and the other cologne, paired in a coy conceptual gesture by Nina Beier for the similar blue color of their contents.
Signature accessories: Gucci eyewear, Gucci cologne, ties, several watches when the time is right.
In the new photo, a face tattooed on Drake's left arm next to tats of a skull and a bottle of Drakkar Noir cologne looks eerily similar to Weezy.
Eliu Alvarado-Alverio, 52, of the 11000 block of Wentworth Avenue, Chicago, was charged with retail theft at 7:44 p.m. July 17 after taking 10 bottles of cologne priced at $990 from Neiman Marcus, 6 Oakbrook Center.
The suspect also took coffee, sugar and cologne, according to police.
His wooden bed frame and dresser hold his collection of colognes, baseball caps, and Chicago Bears, Bulls and Cubs posters propped up on his white walls.
Every other day the floors are washed with a very diluted solution of Pomelo cologne.
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Origin and Etymology of cologne
First Known Use: 1832See Words from the same year
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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
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