Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reek.

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Examples

  • The word reeked of resignation, force, empty duty.

    Tempted by Your Touch

  • The word reeked of resignation, force, empty duty.

    Tempted by Your Touch

  • The word reeked of resignation, force, empty duty.

    Tempted by Your Touch

  • The word reeked of resignation, force, empty duty.

    Tempted by Your Touch

  • Pronouncing the words distinctly, the voice came from her breast in a deep stream, and each word reeked with boiling blood, stirred up by outrage, poisoned by offence and mightily demanding vengeance.

    The Man Who Was Afraid

  • Pronouncing the words distinctly, the voice came from her breast in a deep stream, and each word reeked with boiling blood, stirred up by outrage, poisoned by offence and mightily demanding vengeance.

    The Man Who Was Afraid

  • The sword reeked with his blood, while dark death and the strong hand of fate gripped him and closed his eyes.

    The Iliad of Homer

  • Their orators grew magniloquent over its tyrannical oppression; the Southern press overflowed with that marvellous exuberance of diatribe of which they are the acknowledged masters -- to all of which the complaisant North gave a ready and subservient concurrence, until the very name reeked in the public mind with infamous associations and degrading ideas.

    Bricks without Straw A Novel

  • Their orators grew magniloquent over its tyrannical oppression; the Southern press overflowed with that marvellous exuberance of diatribe of which they are the acknowledged masters -- to all of which the complaisant North gave a ready and subservient concurrence, until the very name reeked in the public mind with infamous associations and degrading ideas.

    Bricks Without Straw

  • The sword reeked with his blood, while dark death and the strong hand of fate gripped him and closed his eyes.

    The Iliad

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