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Definition of "orange-flower" []

  • Same as orange-blossom. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "orange-flower" in a sentence
  • "Orange Flowers Orange flowers come from the bitter or Seville orange, Citrus aurantium, and they have been used for millennia to flavor sweets and other dishes in the Middle East, usually in the extract called orange-flower water."
  • "• To make a cheddar cheese flavor for string cheese, Ms. Wright used oleic acid, reminiscent of animal fat; capric acid, which smells like candle wax; indole, found in orange-flower scent; methional, a potato-like smell; and a hint of butyric acid, which "smells of vomit.""
  • "Whisk eggs, orange peel, vanilla, and orange-flower water in bowl to blend."