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  • His arms and the front of his shirt were covered in black blood, slick and vile-smelling.

    Black Magic

  • Clothahump measured the paste into the crucible, added a vile-smelling liquid from a tall, waspish black bottle, then a pinch of something puce from a drawer near his right arm.

    A Corridor in the Asylum

  • Yes, fermenting bacteria do create reactions that end in the production of extremely vile-smelling gases, mostly from volatile sulfur compounds.

    Lactose Intolerance Doesn't Cause Bad Breath

  • His arms and the front of his shirt were covered in black blood, slick and vile-smelling.

    Black Magic

  • His arms and the front of his shirt were covered in black blood, slick and vile-smelling.

    Black Magic

  • One evening, his golden retriever came in from the back yard and proudly dropped a vile-smelling “dead” opossum at his feet.

    Opossums: Mother Nature's clean-up crew

  • You had to wipe some vile-smelling chemical goop across the image using a little plastic-sponge thingee, or it would fade away.

    Hai! Karate!

  • This is a vile-smelling, alcohol-based, Coca-Cola-colored concoction with bits of grit floating in it.

    Rub It In

  • That was true enough; the people who were not afraid of Claire Fraser personally were generally terrified of the contents of her surgery, these featuring fearsomely painful-looking implements, mysterious murky brews, and vile-smelling medicines.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • By the time Lucinda returned, Eleanor and Dr. Granger had cooked up a dark, vile-smelling brew that resembled the worst medicine Eleanor had ever seen.

    The Quilter's Legacy

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