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cologne 1

Syllabification: co·logne
Pronunciation: /kəˈlōn/

noun

Eau de cologne or scented toilet water.
Example sentences
  • As for yummy smells, I certainly find it hard to resist a man with the subtlest scent of cologne.
  • I pulled his coat closer to me, taking strength from its warmth and its faint scent of cologne.
  • I relaxed and inhaled the scent of his cologne, one that was becoming quite familiar to me.
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Origin

Early 19th century: named after Cologne in Germany.

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Cologne 2 Syllabification: Co·logne
Pronunciation: /kəˈlōn/
An industrial and university city in western Germany, in North Rhine-Westphalia, on the Rhine River; population 989,800 (est. 2006). German name Köln.

Words that rhyme with Cologne

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