from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A substance or device that removes or masks odors / odours
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. He who, or that which, deodorizes; esp., an agent that destroys offensive odors.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That which deprives of odor; specifically, a substance which has the power of destroying fetid effluvia, as chlorin, chlorid of zinc, nitrate of lead, etc.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The company produces a byproduct in its refining operations, called deodorizer distillate, which it sells to other manufacturers for a variety of uses.
The bottle that contains the deodorizer is a sturdy plastic bottle, a heavier plastic than I would expect.
Yeah and you still have the VDTs – we smelled the berry-scented deodorizer.
Years ago I started selling book deodorizer, which works in just that manner, it is a highly desiccated organic material that absorbs moisture molecules just a little bit faster than the books do.
A library with nicotine smelly books was wondering why their book deodorizer hasn't worked .... they forgot to mention the books were still wrapped in their plastic dust jacket protectors ... well book deodorizer works but its not freaking magic.
The smell of lemon-fresh and otherworldly room deodorizer was strong in the air.
While in Berlin, she invented a room deodorizer, the proceeds of which allowed her to support herself in Holland, Belgium, and France.
The Gift: Poo Pourri bathroom spray deodorizer, $10
It makes an excellent freshener when added to laundry and is an all-around deodorizer.
With a beautifully supple instrument and a gift for wry phrasing, she exuded cool the way a room deodorizer exudes spearmint.