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  • My itchy theater-style seat inhaled and exhaled rudely taking in the sour-smelling air of wet dust, watermelon perfume and unwashed teenagers.

    Molecules

  • And like a ghost, a big bulky substance of a sour-smelling spirit, he is, just like that, no longer trapped between my brother and me but street-side and striding off.

    Angry Young Man

  • And once she brushed past the sour-smelling senator, the thought of getting back to the Obelisk eased her mind.

    Gideon’s war

  • I hated badgers; they were like sour-smelling, crotchety old men who could claw your face off.

    The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

  • But just the shape of a frustrated woman next to me in a sour-smelling tent from Target was enough to make me viciously unhappy.

    Adult Summer Sex Camp

  • Think I overdid it – it was really sour-smelling and separated this evening; stirred the liquid back in, pulled out a cup of starter, fed it and then refrigerated rest.

    [Superstruct] Wild Bread « Dyepot, Teapot

  • Half an hour later, Ava steps off an elevator into a long, sour-smelling hallway of the Powell Building.

    Mama Dearest

  • The TPN, a sour-smelling, milky brew, required twelve hours daily to flow.

    A Happy Marriage

  • He was dirty, oily, and had something gooey and sour-smelling stuck to his left ear.

    A Donkey Named Radar

  • From Kim and Aggie, we learn that mirrors are best cleaned with wads of newspaper and a sour-smelling microwave can be freshened with a bowl of plain vinegar.

    How Clean Is Your House?: Busting Dust on Cable

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