Etymology
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sachet (n.)

1838, "small bag, usually embroidered or otherwise ornamented, containing perfume powder, etc., placed among articles of dress," from French sachet, literally "little sack" (12c.), a diminutive of sac (see sac). A reborrowing of a word that Middle English had used in the sense "small bag, wallet" (15c., saket).

updated on October 31, 2021

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Definitions of sachet from WordNet

sachet (n.)
a small soft bag containing perfumed powder; used to perfume items in a drawer or chest;
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