Can someone suggest another way to say "the smell of roses in the air", please.Is "the aroma of roses" mean the same?
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I think about Fragrance:
a. The quality of having a pleasant odor: the fragrance of the ocean breeze.
b. A sweet or pleasant odor; a scent. A substance, such as a perfume or cologne, designed to emit a pleasant odor.
Synonyms: aroma, bouquet, perfume, redolence, scent
These nouns denote a pleasant or sweet odor: the fragrance of lilacs; the aroma of sizzling bacon; the bouquet of a fine wine; the perfume of roses; the redolence of fresh coffee; the scent of newly mown hay.
The American Heritage Dictionary