Ambergris ( noun , noun )

(As a noun)

Ambergris ( noun )

A waxy substance produced in the stomach of sperm whales, used in perfumes and as a flavoring in food and drink.

Origin:

From middle english, from old french ambre gris, from amber "amber" + gris "gray".

Examples:

  1. Ambergris is a highly valued ingredient in perfumes.
  2. The ambergris was found washed up on the beach.
  3. Ambergris has a distinct musky odor.
  4. Ambergris is used as a fixative in perfumes to help the scent last longer.
  5. Ambergris is also used as a flavoring in food and drink, particularly in Middle Eastern cuisine.

(As a noun)

Ambergris ( noun )

A waxy substance produced in the stomach of sperm whales, used in perfumes and as a flavoring in food and drink.

Origin:

From middle english, from old french ambre gris, from amber "amber" + gris "gray".

Examples:

  1. Ambergris is a highly valued ingredient in perfumes.
  2. The ambergris was found washed up on the beach.
  3. Ambergris has a distinct musky odor.
  4. Ambergris is used as a fixative in perfumes to help the scent last longer.
  5. Ambergris is also used as a flavoring in food and drink, particularly in Middle Eastern cuisine.
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