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  • noun Plural form of malodor.

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Examples

  • There is also the matter of chemical reactions that cause malodors and discoloration.

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  • There is also the matter of chemical reactions that cause malodors and discoloration.

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  • Just place a bowl or four of each in a room to help absorb malodors.

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  • It did not stink, for even the poorest Orcans were of cleanly habits and, while there was scant water to spare for washing, the air quickly parched out any malodors.

    The Day Of Their Return

  • It did not stink, for even the poorest Orcans were of cleanly habits and, while there was scant water to spare for washing, the air quickly parched out any malodors.

    The Day of Their Return

  • People living and working near the Boggs Road landfill said they are frustrated by the persistence of malodors, which have been the focus of hundreds of complaints over the past year.

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  • These malodors in combination are what we commonly refer to as bathroom odors, garbage odors, pet odors, foot and body odors and cooking odors such as fishy, onion, and garlic.

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  • ACTISORB (R) Activated Charcoal Dressing with Silver - helps to manage infection through its unique mode of action that traps and kills bacteria and eliminates malodors.

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  • We've already had documented malodors coming out of there, "Carmon said.

    Times Leader News

  • A town I used to live in had a very large quarry and cement factory, and the impacts to traffic, malodors, and pollutants was minimal. (

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