malodorous

[ mal-oh-der-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF malodorous
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He embraced his daughter, and then again Pierre, and kissed him with his malodorous mouth.

But what was Milton doing in this malodorous and noisy assembly?

He saw the squalid tract of her vice, miserable and malodorous.

It has become a byword among the people as a malodorous cesspool.

He rose, went to the window, and cast forth the malodorous thing.

The streets are narrow, sewerless, and malodorous; but would be the delight of artists.

He was followed by a malodorous gust of vapor from the room he had just left.

Some are broad and well kept, but others are narrow, dirty, and malodorous.

Why, then, does he come to thee, this malodorous—no—this pious Asiatic?

He should have been on a soft couch; he was on a malodorous plank.

WORD ORIGIN

1832, from mal- "bad" + odorous. Related: Malodorously; malodorousness.

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