Fragor

Fra"gor

(), n. [L., a breaking to pieces, fr. frangere to break.] 1. A loud and sudden sound; the report of anything bursting; a crash. I. Watts.
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2. [Due to confusion with fragrant.] A strong or sweet scent. [Obs. & Illegitimate.] Sir T. Herbert.

{

Fra"grance

(?),

Fra"gran*cy

(?) }, n. [L. fragrantia: cf. OF. fragrance.] The quality of being fragrant; sweetness of smell; a sweet smell; a pleasing odor; perfume.
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Eve separate he spies,
Veiled in a cloud of fragrance.
Milton.
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The goblet crowned,
Breathed aromatic fragrancies around.
Pope.
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