redolent

1. having or emitting fragrance; aromatic. 2. suggestive; reminiscent


This is part one of a three-word series based on a single sentence from Maureen Dowd’s recent editorial, “Christmas Eve of Destruction“:

[Rumsfeld's] disgraceful admission that his condolence letters to the families of soldiers killed in Iraq were signed by machine – “I have directed that in the future I sign each letter,” he said in a Strangelovian statement – is redolent of the myopia that has led to the dystopia.

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