Recent Examples of jasmine from the Web
And for a supremely confident flourish, an explosively floral scent radiates positivity with notes of sambac jasmine, cattleya orchid, and patchouli.
The Sauvignon Blanc retails at $25 and features notes of white peach, tropical mango, light jasmine, and passionfruit.
Also horizontal and vertical vines, such as confederate jasmine and kudzu (original botanicals are $125 and up).
Road Trip will remind you of desert air with scents of woody cedar, leather with hints of floral jasmine and a rich amber base.
Served on top of jasmine rice with haricot verts, the crispy bird is coated in aromatic vinegar-honey sauce that drips onto the rice.
The air is perfumed with the scent of jasmine, honeysuckle, and magnolia.
Summer is Green Tea (jasmine, muguet and rose plus lemon, orange and cassis).
One of the heroes of the range was a jasmine oil for the face and body.
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Origin and Etymology of jasmine
First Known Use: 1562See Words from the same year
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Definition of jasmine for English Language Learners
: a plant that has flowers with a very pleasant and sweet smell
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