pomander

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pomander (plural pomanders)

  1. A mixture of aromatic substances, made into a ball and carried as a protection against infection
  2. An orange, studded with cloves, hung in a wardrobe to provide a sweet smell
  3. A case in which an aromatic ball was carried
  4. A perforated container filled with pot-pourri for placing in a wardrobe etc

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