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- adj. Having anosmia; lacking a sense of smell.
- n. A person lacking a sense of smell.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. of or pertaining to anosmia.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no odor.
- Of or affected with anosmia.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having impaired sense of smell
- adj. relating to an impairment or loss of the sense of smell
As an anosmic, I don't want to believe that I am completely shut off from detecting human emotions.
Moreover, you can't imagine what it's like not to be able to taste, or smell, unless you're anosmic.
Unless you were born anosmic and your brain was never wired to depend on the primal sense for so much, well, happiness.
I was able to smell until I was 27 years old and now, having been anosmic for ten years I can taste just fine.
Next to them we are downright anosmic: smelling nothing.
It is so powerful that I cannot imagine anyone being anosmic to it.
Is it possible to be hypernosmic to a musk instead of anosmic?
The elephant in the room -- and that's every room, virtual or otherwise -- is that the government which couldn't figure out there were flood-phobics in the Superdome is not actually blind, deaf, or anosmic.
I never did get the magic of Rousse; I think I must be anosmic to some part of it.
I didn't dislike Sensuous, but I think I must be anosmic to some notes in it since I found it to be amazingly light - transparent almost to the point of nonexistence on my skin.
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