[pʀ ɔliks] adj. Litt.
[ETYM. Derived from Latin. Prolixus: « That which is widely diffused »].
Oriental; Fém. & Masc.
|| Showing great self-confidence. - Ginger, Cardamom -
|| Obvious, unmistakable pride. - Olibanum, Rose -
|| An impertinent and insouciant personality, daring. - Patchouli, Tobacco, Oud –
Main Notes: Oliban, Rose, Tabacco
In a great shimmer, Ginger, Nutmeg and Cardamom provoke a verbal joust with the burst of a high and pretentious Rose in reaction to Olibanum’s retort. The response to a waft of Tabacco was not long in coming, so that in the end, Oud, who was roused by Patchouli, also understood his arrogance.
An olfactory power that is not afraid of presumptuousness.