Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Perfumed.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of odor.
  • adjective having an odor, especially having a specified odor

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Ira Einhorn was a '60s stalwart in Philadelphia, a boisterous, body-odored hippie who organized the local Be In. In the' 70s, he began cultivating New Age millionaires and progressive corporate executives -- for the good of The Earth and some consultant contracts.

    The Wine Country Fugitive

  • Ram and I, along with the trader's family, were seated in folding chairs set up on the agency lawn, facing the old oak on the drill field and its evil-odored fruit.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Its shadowy body and its fir-odored volume of ancient vapors descended upon me and, with salty quivers, activated forgotten imprints into vivid experience.

    Another Roadside Attraction

  • The vivid turf was sown with all the flowers of spring, -- primrose, violet, buttercup, anemone, and veronica, -- faint, but sweetest-odored, and the heralds of spring in all lands.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 118, August, 1867

  • It was sending forth ill -- odored smoke and but little light.

    Sketches of the Covenanters

  • There is one species, the disgusting mushroom, M. impudicus, that Stevenson says has a strong, unpleasant odor; this is also the case in two other species, the ill-odored mushroom, M. fœtidus, and the penetrating mushroom,

    Among the Mushrooms A Guide For Beginners

  • Mr. Bulmer read on, with a bewildered face, while I gently stirred the contents of my tall and delectably odored glass.

    The Cords of Vanity A Comedy of Shirking

  • They, too, sounded thin and remote, drifting up through the soft, warm air that had always seemed so exotic to him, so redolent of foreign-odored flowers, so burdened with alien-smelling tobacco smoke, of unfamiliar sea scents incongruously shot through with even the fumes of an unknown and indescribable cookery.

    Phantom Wires A Novel

  • He followed the figure down the narrow stairway, through the sliding door, out into the many-odored street, foul with refuse, bisected by its open sewer of filth, took a turning into a still narrower street, climbed a precipitous hill cobbled with stone, turned still again, always overshadowed and hemmed in by tall houses close together, with black-beamed lattice doors through which he could catch glimpses of gloomy interiors.

    Never-Fail Blake

  • Offensive odored sputum should always suggest bronchial foreign body; but absence of sputum, odorous or not, should not exclude foreign body.

    Bronchoscopy and Esophagoscopy A Manual of Peroral Endoscopy and Laryngeal Surgery

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