Definition of sillage in English:

sillage

Syllabification: sill·age
Pronunciation: /sēˈäZH
 
/

noun

The degree to which a perfume’s fragrance lingers in the air when worn: neither scent has a very strong sillage a summer fragrance with good sillage
More example sentences
  • Creating a sillage that is potent but not overpowering is tricky.
  • This is a scent with a bewitching sillage.
  • Decades of spokesmodels from Keira Knightley to Audrey Tautou to Nicole Kidman all leave an elegant Chanel No. 5 sillage in their wake long after they leave both the room and their suitors behind.

Origin

French, literally 'wake, trail'.

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