In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
also eau de cologne
- Something in her gut gave a sharp tug when she caught a whiff of his cologne.
- She felt the heat of his body and smelled the scent of his cologne as he sat down next to her.
- He severed a tendon when he tried to block, with his foot, a bottle of cologne falling to the floor.
- He took out the little bottle of cologne that Lauren had chosen for him, and his face broke out in a happy grin.
- This is a great gift for him and her, as the company offers cologne and perfume to both genders.
- In addition there was a small bottle of men's cologne of the same brand as the cigarillos.
- I pulled his coat closer to me, taking strength from its warmth and its faint scent of cologne.
- It then enhances your cologne or perfume and the fragrance will last much longer.
- The men wore shiny suits and chunky pinky rings and reeked of pomade and cologne.
- His curls are brushed back, with just the slightest scent of cologne surrounding him.
- He stood up quickly, and walked toward his oak dresser to grab his bottle of cologne.
- I relaxed and inhaled the scent of his cologne, one that was becoming quite familiar to me.
- As for yummy smells, I certainly find it hard to resist a man with the subtlest scent of cologne.
- Do people recognize your presence because of the scent of your trademark cologne?
- His hair was still damp from his shower and the familiar scent of his cologne was arousing.
- Kayami nuzzled Alex's neck and inhaled his scent of cologne and fabric softener.
- Make sure your hair is well groomed, wear good shoes and use cologne or after - shave.
- Thai women are taught not to give perfume or cologne to a man as a gift.
- His thigh brushed against hers and she could smell his cologne and the faint scent of alcohol on his breath.
- I wondered if he wore any kind of aftershave or cologne, or if he naturally smelled that good.
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