Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of mell.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • My clean, soap-melling boss is on the other side, waiting for me to walk to a meeting with her.

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  • The left side was overgrown with foul-looking and - melling weeds and had statuary that was downright disgusting.

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  • The left side was overgrown with foul-looking and - melling weeds and had statuary that was downright disgusting.

    Yon Ill Wind

  • 'It's an awkward thing for me to be melling wi', 'said Hepburn, reluctantly.

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  • 'It's an awkward thing for me to be melling wi', 'said Hepburn, reluctantly.

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  • Now sicker I see, thou doest but clatter: harme may come of melling.

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  • In the comments section, the readers made it clear they were not amused: torr melling: "you must be joking. this has to be the most pathetic 'endorsement' of a candidate i've ever read. leelaa:" wow!

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  • After a little more food I rolled out s melling like a daisy.

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  •   The Shertzers 'Sunday morning departure was more circus troupe escape than suburban exodus, the pell-melling ruckus of their two preschool twins and one toddler (the last child an eight-pound surprise, a little girl conceived against all precautions.

    Neighbors

  • The Shertzers 'Sunday morning departure was more circus troupe escape than suburban exodus, the pell-melling ruckus of their two preschool twins and one toddler (the last child an eight-pound surprise, a little girl conceived against all precautions.

    Neighbors

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