Recent Examples of musk from the Web
Consider this the elevated way to smoke out the apartment: with a cheeky fragrance lit with notes of tulip and white musk.
Not even close: Notes of copper, cedar, sandalwood, iris, coconut musk, and amber come together for an uplifting, colorful cologne that evokes warmth and escapism.
The musk is silky smooth, the florals are abundant, and the powder is clean.
Mimosa is chock full of delicious notes of island mimosa, jasmine petals, and musk.
The scent, a mix of the creamy coconut from a fancy sunscreen and laundry musk, is luscious, and feels like warm, cascading billows of wind on the skin.
The magic, though, is in the underlying hints of musk and smoke that help to save it from being too ambrosial.
Cool, airy florals, like freesia and peony, enhance the musk and pink-pepper notes the way salt makes dark chocolate taste a thousand times better.
Sourced from the Amazon, this featherweight hair oil nourishes strands with annatto, pumpkin seed, and argan oils and boasts a light yet addictive scent courtesy of white cedarwood, musk, and rose.
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Origin and Etymology of musk
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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