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incense (în-sèns´) verb, transitive
incensed, incensing, incenses
To cause to be extremely angry; infuriate.
[Middle English encensen, from Old French incenser, from Late Latin incênsâre, to sacrifice, burn, from Latin incênsus, past participle of incendere, to set on fire.]

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incense (în´sèns´) noun
1. a. An aromatic substance, such as wood or a gum, that is burned to produce a pleasant odor. b. The smoke or odor produced by the burning of such a substance.
2. A pleasant smell.
3. Flattering or fawning attention; homage.

verb, transitive
incensed, incensing, incenses
1. To internal linkperfume with incense.
2. To burn incense to, as a ritual offering.
[Middle English encens, from Old French, from Latin incênsum, from neuter past participle of incendere, to set on fire.]

incense-tree

incense-tree, common name for deciduous shrubs and trees of the family Burseraceae, found chiefly in tropical America and NE Africa. The incenses internal linkfrankincense and internal linkmyrrh are prepared from the resin exuded by some species. Frankincense, or olibanum, derived mainly from Boswellia carterii, is used medicinally and for fumigation. Myrrh, prepared especially from Commiphora erythraea and common myrrh, C. myrrha, is used medicinally and in perfumes and was used by the ancients in embalming. Frankincense and myrrh, together with GOLD, were the gifts of the WISE MEN OF THE EAST.



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