Definitions

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  • adjective Not having been smelled.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ smelled

Examples

  • Why not pledge my belief in all things unheard or, for that matter, unsmelled?

    The Unseen And Unknowable Has No Place In Science

  • Why not pledge my belief in all things unheard or, for that matter, unsmelled?

    Eric Michael Johnson: The Unseen And Unknowable Has No Place In Science

  • Seems she ordered some delish perfume from them -- by the description alone she knew she wanted it, which I wouldn't recommend for everyone, because you've got to let a scent mingle with your own body chemistry to really know if it's going to work -- but Monyette Paris worked sight-unseen or unsmelled for SisterBang.

    You Can Smell So Spaishul

  • A perfume bottle sitting on the shelf unsmelled and unworn is like an orphan child waiting for adoption.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • Seems she ordered some delish perfume from them -- by the description alone she knew she wanted it, which I wouldn't recommend for everyone, because you've got to let a scent mingle with your own body chemistry to really know if it's going to work -- but Monyette Paris worked sight-unseen or unsmelled for SisterBang.

    Archive 2006-07-02

  • Not so much love in the world that one could afford to pass, leaving it unsmelled, unplucked.

    The White Monkey

  • Radon gas could be a problem the world over as it was produced by the decay of naturally occurring uranium in rocks and seeped unseen and unsmelled into people's homes, giving them cancer.

    Second Wind

  • A glimmer of golden wood caught my eye, just as the unsmelled odor of chaos gripped at my feelings, as the chaos-master's coach rolled slowly by, drawn by the two oversized white horses I had first seen on the road from Freetown the previous fall.

    The Magic of Recluce

  • The mixed odors of apple, straw and boots constituted a unique and long unsmelled perfume which had sunk deep into my memory.

    Criminal Psychology: a manual for judges, practitioners, and students

  • For it must not be thought that those eyes were dull or that nose plain -- no, no, those eyes could put two and two together; that nose, of myriad fancy, could imagine countless things unsmelled which must lie behind a state of life not quite its own.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

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