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strong-smelling

Definitions

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  • adjective having a strong odor

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Examples

  • Another man knelt beside him and was massaging a strong-smelling Chinese balm into the still-fresh wound.

    A Simple Case

  • Another man knelt beside him and was massaging a strong-smelling Chinese balm into the still-fresh wound.

    A Simple Case

  • The slightly weather-beaten interior seemed to suit the cheerful group that piled in, heading, predictably, for a cabinet that housed a particularly rare vintage of something golden and strong-smelling.

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  • Sipping a strong-smelling coffee, Hix looks at home in this subterranean Soho speakeasy, which, along with the restaurant upstairs, has been open two years.

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  • Other Asian favorites, such as strong-smelling urian, likely won't make it into his kitchen any time soon.

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  • Another man knelt beside him and was massaging a strong-smelling Chinese balm into the still-fresh wound.

    A Simple Case

  • The slightly weather-beaten interior seemed to suit the cheerful group that piled in, heading, predictably, for a cabinet that housed a particularly rare vintage of something golden and strong-smelling.

    Starcraft II: Devils’ Due

  • The most common causes of strong-smelling urine are insufficient fluid intake, a urinary-tract infection (in which case urine may also be dark yellow), or certain vegetables, such as asparagus or broccoli.

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  • You could also try standard breath-improving measures such as chewing sugarless cinnamon gum, using a tongue cleaner to gently scrape away bacteria, and avoiding strong-smelling foods like garlic and onions.

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  • Consumer Reports medical adviser, suggests 10 warning signs to look out for at the salon, such as looking out for unmarked bottles, unusually strong-smelling chemicals, and an unclean environment.

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