This is a subjective topic, some people class them as the same thing, an aroma is a scent and a scent is an aroma but why would there be a different word for the same thing? Lol

I have done a bit of research on this subject to see what the internet thought of this, and from what I can see the following applies in most (but not all cases):

A Scent is the smell of an object, an item, an animal, a thing. So for example, the scent of a man or woman, people have talked of a Scent Attraction between people, so a person could walk past you and their scent could attract your attention, people have got married just off the back of being attracted by the scent of a person.

An animal can “Scent” an area to leave a musk for other animals.

A perfume, a flower, a candle can have a Scent.

An aroma could be classed as a mixture of fragrances, so for example a freshly cooked pie could give off an aroma, theres not just 1 smell that goes in to make the smell of

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