Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which smells or perceives the smell of anything; also, one who tests anything by smelling.
- n. One who or that which smells of anything, is scented, or has odor.
- n. The nose; in the plural the nostrils.
- n. Familiarly, a feeler; a tactile hair or process; especially, a rictal vibrissa, as one of a cat's whiskers.
- n. 5. A prying fellow; one who tries to smell out something; a sneaking spy.
- n. Someone or something that smells, that detects scent
- n. informal the nose
- n. informal something that has an unpleasant odor
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who smells, or perceives by the sense of smell; one who gives out smell.
- n. Pugilists' Slang The nose.
- smell + -er (Wiktionary)
“But some fart smeller is out there trying to solve the question, “what are they talking about, really, and more importantly, where did the conversation go?””
“Or, as we used to say in high school, the smeller is the feller.”
“Eye youse Tew bee a grate smeller, bud how by comptroller dust id fore mead.”
“Lieve Blancquaert Super smeller: African giant rats can sniff out cases of tuberculosis.”
“It depends on deeply embedded subconscious memories, which for whatever reason intoxicate a smeller 's senses.”
“First, she said, it was necessary to become a thoughtful taster and "smeller.”
“That dog is the best deer spotter/smeller/hearier in the world.”
“He wrote, If the primitive witch-smeller is the spiritual progenitor of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the primitive rain-maker is equally the spiritual progenitor of the Cavendish Professor of Physics.”
“Most of us are not excellent smellers; to imagine being a smeller, we have to do more than just think on it.”
“Welch gasped like a leaky flue, hugged his punctured tripes, and slowly doubled over, fell flat on his smeller.”
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