- Sukeena, April and I (hand in hand) climbed the dimly lighted stairs to the pungent odors of incense, ginger and tea.7 — 1915-1916 (85% in)
- The air smelled of sandalwood incense, a fragrance I recognized immediately from our year abroad.4 — 1909 (35% in)
- This room emanated a heaviness, like danger, whether the result of incense clouding my breath or the shifting shadows accounting for a certain sense of dizziness.4 — 1909 (37% in)
- As the smell of incense made me light-headed and, indeed, feeling somewhat under her "spell," she opened an old tin box from which she removed a great handful of ivory white bones, all of them small and glistening with the shine of having been handled a thousand times.4 — 1909 (39% in)
There are no more uses of "incensed" in Rose Red.
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