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unpleasant-smelling

Definitions

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  • adj. having an unpleasant smell

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Well – sadly, yes, there are guys, unfortunately, who still correspond to this aged, decrepit, and rather unpleasant-smelling cad of an idea.

    Matthew Yglesias » Legislation Effecting Women: Now With Input From Women

  • Yeasts produce carbon dioxide most rapidly at around 95°F/35°C, but they also produce more noticeable quantities of sour and unpleasant-smelling by-products.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • The members of the Mammoth Hearth she had met called the unpleasant-smelling plant thorn-apple, because of its spiny green fruit, but it brought back memories from her childhood.

    The Plains of Passage

  • "If you don't want to cut your feet you'd better bury it," and he hurried off to wash from his hands some of the unpleasant-smelling mixture that had clung to them.

    The Boy Ranchers in Camp or The Water Fight at Diamond X

  • This unpleasant-smelling, seemingly half witted individual could not have spoken more plainly, and was obviously delighted he had given a Parisian such short shrift.

    Maigret's Rival

  • They might accuse themselves of taking jobs from local cormorants or mice or whatever other indigenous inhabitants the islands have; and march down their own roads, brandishing banners emblazoned with slogans such as "SEND US HOME" and "KICK US OUT"; perhaps even post unpleasant-smelling matter through their own letterboxes.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • A sticky, white, unpleasant-smelling substance produced under the foreskin at the glans of the penis and clitoris.

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  • Late one night in a small Alabama cemetery, Vance Vanders had a run-in with the local witch doctor, who wafted a bottle of unpleasant-smelling liquid in front of his face, and told him he was about to die and that no one could save him.

    Beyond Meds

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