Scenography



noun
1.
the art of representing objects in accordance with the rules of perspective.
2.
scene painting (used especially with reference to ancient Greece).
noun
1.
the art of portraying objects or scenes in perspective
2.
scene painting, esp in ancient Greece

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    noun 1. a distinctive odor, especially when agreeable: the scent of roses. 2. an odor left in passing, by means of which an animal or person may be traced. 3. a track or trail as or as if indicated by such an odor: The dogs lost the scent and the prisoner escaped. 4. perfume. 5. […]

  • Scented

    noun 1. a distinctive odor, especially when agreeable: the scent of roses. 2. an odor left in passing, by means of which an animal or person may be traced. 3. a track or trail as or as if indicated by such an odor: The dogs lost the scent and the prisoner escaped. 4. perfume. 5. […]



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    noun 1. a slender orchid, Gymnadenia conopsea, with fragrant pink flowers carried in a dense spike and having a three-lobed lip; found in calcareous turf Also called fragrant orchid

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    noun 1. any of various specialized skin glands, occurring in many kinds of animals, that emit an odor commonly functioning as a social or sexual signal or a defensive weapon.



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