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  • noun Plural form of odor.

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Examples

  • On terminating our remarks relating to the simple preparations of the odors of plants, and before we speak of perfumes of an animal origin, or of those compound _odors_ sold as bouquets, nosegays, &c., it may probably be interesting to give a few facts and statistics, showing the consumption, in England, of the several substances previously named.

    The Art of Perfumery And Methods of Obtaining the Odors of Plants

  • You are aware of the fact, that material substances, as well inorganic as organic, are constantly giving off into the atmosphere minute particles, which we call odors, and which reveal to us their quality.

    The Good Time Coming

  • You are aware of the fact, that material substances, as well inorganic as organic, are constantly giving off into the atmosphere minute particles, which we call odors, and which reveal to us their quality.

    The Good Time Coming

  • You are aware of the fact, that material substances, as well inorganic as organic, are constantly giving off into the atmosphere minute particles, which we call odors, and which reveal to us their quality.

    The Good Time Coming

  • A caller to campus police reported strange odors from a 9th-floor room about 5 a.m., said Julie Green Bataille, university spokeswoman.

    Drug lab found in Georgetown University dorm

  • A caller to campus police reported strange odors from a 9th-floor room about 5 a.m., said Julie Green Bataille, university spokeswoman.

    Drug lab found in Georgetown University dorm

  • On the clear, bright days which are usual in this vicinity, to breathe the sweet air of Beachwood, to watch the bright-colored sails on the blue waters, to smell the rich odors from the surrounding woods and hear the ripple of waves and the sigh of the trees, to feel the healing peace of water and woods, is to enjoy life to the full.

    2008 December « Beachwood Historical Alliance

  • On the clear, bright days which are usual in this vicinity, to breathe the sweet air of Beachwood, to watch the bright-colored sails on the blue waters, to smell the rich odors from the surrounding woods and hear the ripple of waves and the sigh of the trees, to feel the healing peace of water and woods, is to enjoy life to the full.

    2008 December 27 « Beachwood Historical Alliance

  • On the clear, bright days which are usual in this vicinity, to breathe the sweet air of Beachwood, to watch the bright-colored sails on the blue waters, to smell the rich odors from the surrounding woods and hear the ripple of waves and the sigh of the trees, to feel the healing peace of water and woods, is to enjoy life to the full.

    Beachwood Days Are Lovely « Beachwood Historical Alliance

  • Bees that detect certain odors in the breath -- some of them even connected to forms of cancer -- will go into the smaller chamber if they sense them.

    Elastic

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