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- n. Fetid or foul-smelling perspiration. Also called osmidrosis.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Fetid perspiration.
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Her last effort, about a Texan who killed his roommate after an argument over the decedent's foot odor, is noble indeed, and she even included the medical term bromidrosis, which surely earns her extra points.
Bromhidrosis or body odour also called bromidrosis, osmidrosis and ozochrotia is the smell of bacteria growing on the body.
Henry of Navarre was a victim of bromidrosis; proximity to him was insufferable to his courtiers and mistresses, who said that his odor was like that of carrion.
#What parts are most commonly affected in bromidrosis?
That's right, the old ONA made it HARDER for people to invest their money into this neighborhood! bromidrosis (anonymous) says ...
He should not be effeminate, indeed preferably normal: I did not exclude education, but did not want it, I could supply all that myself and in the loved one it always seemed to get in the way; he should admit me but no one else; he should be physically attractive to me and younger than myself — the younger the better, as closer to innocence; finally he should be on the small side, lusty, circumcised, physically healthy and clean: no phimosis, halitosis, bromidrosis .
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