Associations to the word «Incense»
INCENSE, noun. A perfume used in the rites of various religions.
INCENSE, verb. (transitive) To anger or infuriate.
INCENSE, verb. (archaic) To incite, stimulate.
INCENSE, verb. (transitive) To offer incense to.
INCENSE, verb. (transitive) To perfume with, or as with, incense.
INCENSE, verb. (obsolete) To set on fire; to inflame; to kindle; to burn.
INCENSE BOAT, noun. The vessel that holds incense before it is put into a censer.
INCENSE BOATS, noun. Plural of incense boat
INCENSE CEDAR, noun. Any of the four species of coniferous trees of the genus Calocedrus.
INCENSE CEDARS, noun. Plural of incense cedar
INCENSE TREE, noun. Any of several balsamic trees of the genus Bursera (or Icica, now Protium), mostly tropical American, whose gum resin is used for incense.
INCENSE TREE, noun. (Jamaica) Chrysobalanus icaco, a tree related to the plums.
INCENSE TREES, noun. Plural of incense tree
INCENSE, noun. A substance that produces a fragrant odor when burned.
INCENSE, noun. The pleasing scent produced when incense is burned; "incense filled the room".
INCENSE, verb. Perfume especially with a censer.
INCENSE, verb. Make furious.
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