Sorry, no definitions found.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I hold up my head to smell it better, and far away I hear the shuffle and klunk of filled pots going on the stove back in the kitchen.
I smell it out, as it were, and when I see it, I know it infallibly for what it is … or is not.
Bambino in his mantle so cunningly that no mortal could smell it — and produced it so critically, that no soul could say, it came in by head and shoulders — Oh Sirs! it has done wonders — It has open’d the sluices, and turn’d the brains, and shook the principles, and unhinged the politicks of half a nation.
There was a large whiffy dressing covering his face as well — Glory could smell it from the foot of the stairs; something swampy and astringent, with just a hint of mint.