Pomander



[poh-man-der, poh-man-der] /ˈpoʊ mæn dər, poʊˈmæn dər/

noun
1.
a mixture of aromatic substances, often in the form of a ball, formerly carried on the person as a supposed guard against infection but now placed in closets, dressers, etc.
2.
the ball, box, or other case in which it was formerly carried.
/pəʊˈmændə/
noun
1.
a mixture of aromatic substances in a sachet or an orange, formerly carried as scent or as a protection against disease
2.
a container for such a mixture

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