having a pleasant odor; fragrant.
odorous or smelling (usually followed by of):
redolent of garlic.
suggestive; reminiscent (usually followed by of):
verse redolent of Shakespeare.
having a pleasant smell; fragrant
(postpositive; foll by of or with) having the odour or smell (of); scented (with): a room redolent of country flowers
(postpositive; foll by of or with) reminiscent or suggestive (of): a picture redolent of the 18th century
noun 1. Odilon [ohd-l-on;; French aw-dee-lawn] /ˈoʊd lˌɒn;; French ɔ diˈlɔ̃/ (Show IPA), 1840–1916, French painter and etcher. noun 1. Odilon (ɔdilɔ̃). 1840–1916, French symbolist painter and etcher. He foreshadowed the surrealists in his paintings of fantastic dream images
noun, Prosody. 1. a Spanish verse form in which each stanza consists of four lines, each with eight syllables, and a rhyme scheme abba.
[ri-don-doh] /rɪˈdɒn doʊ/ noun 1. a city in SW California.
verb (used with object), redid, redone, redoing. 1. to do again; repeat. 2. to revise or reconstruct: to redo the production schedule. 3. to redecorate or remodel; renovate: It will cost too much to redo both the kitchen and bathroom. noun, plural redos, redo’s. 4. the act or an instance of redoing. 5. something redone. […]