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English citations of transfume

  • 2001, Zsuzsanna Ardó, Culture Shock!: Hungary, Graphic Arts Books
    A similarly inflaming experience is to enter a Hungarian elevator and exit a few minutes later transfumed into smoked haddock.
  • 2005, Geoffrey Hill, "The Storm", in Selected Poems, published 2009, page 274:
    (crystal acoustics trembling in your night's lair
    disturb you while the gold transfumed
    from the mahoganies, the pages' rims
    still burns, a sugar grain
    under your eyelid's shell)