Also, atar, athar, ottar, otto. a perfume or essential oil obtained from flowers or petals.
Also called attar of roses. .
Ten-year-old Yasmine al attar stares at me from under her dark curled bangs.
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They come out to worship at the shrine of the sweet-souled, God-absorbed Rabia of attar.
The Book of Khalid Ameen Rihani
Kazanlik, noted also for rugs, is the great market for attar.
Commercial Geography Jacques W. Redway
I know now what my writing lacks—the attar that gained him his royal entrance.
The Little Colonel’s Knight Comes Riding Annie Fellows Johnston
The air was heavy with sandalwood, and attar of rose, and incense.
A Little Girl in Old Salem Amanda Minnie Douglas
After allowing for this error Zenoleum appeared as harmless and meaningless as would the attar of Roses.
The Dollar Hen Milo M. Hastings
Where had he heard of attar of roses combined with—with what?
Ambrotox and Limping Dick Oliver Fleming
Besides it is fabulously dear, something like attar of roses at so much a drop.
Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 108, January 19, 1895 Various
It will then yield a perfume little inferior to attar of roses.
Mrs. Hale’s Receipts for the Million Sarah Josepha Hale
Two are traceable exclusively to the influence of the Mantik ut-tair of Ferid ud din attar.
The Sufistic Quatrains of Omar Khayyam Omar Khayyam
an essential oil from flowers, esp the damask rose, used pure or as a base for perfume: attar of roses
1798, from Persian ‘atar-gul “essence of roses,” from ‘atar “fragrance,” from Arabic ‘utur “perfumes, aromas.”
- Attar of roses
Also, atar, athar, ottar, otto. a perfume or essential oil obtained from flowers or petals. Also called attar of roses. . a pale yellow, green, or red, volatile, fragrant, sweet-tasting liquid, obtained by steam distillation from fresh roses, especially damask roses: used in flavoring and perfume. noun an essential oil from flowers, esp the damask […]
a river in NE Ontario, Canada, flowing E and N to James Bay. 465 miles (748 km) long. Contemporary Examples Theresa Spence was elected chief of Attawapiskat in 2010, after long service in other governance positions. The Hunger Strike Diet: You Don’t Lose Weight AND You Accomplish Your Goal! David Frum January 23, 2013 But […]
a small, thin, top-ornamented skewer used decoratively for serving sandwiches and hors d’oeuvres.
to modify or moderate by mixing or blending with something different or opposite. to regulate or modify the temperature of. to soothe; mollify; mitigate. to accommodate; adapt (usually followed by to). Historical Examples It was evident that neither fire nor clothing would, in an habitation like that, attemper the chilling blasts. Ormond, Volume I (of […]