Sachet


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Sachet s a-SHAYPart of speech: nounOrigin: French, mid 19th century
1A small perfumed bag used to scent clothes.
 
Examples of Sachet in a sentence “Sadie bought French lavender sachets to put in her dresser drawers.” “The women would meet monthly and bring different dried herbs to make sweet-smelling sachets.”

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