noisome

[ noi-suhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF noisome

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NOISOME

They are "safe, because they are too filthy to handle, and too noisome even to approach."

It seemed a lifetime that he had lived in the noisome atmosphere of a felon's cell.

We shouted for help, or to be liberated from our noisome prison.

The air was noisome with dead tobacco smoke and the fumes of stale beer.

His great soul could not support him under these noisome and degrading incidents.

On the moist and noisome floor is a mat; on the mat an old man dying.

The atmosphere of the room seemed to become heavy and noisome.

Already one of the most noisome of the plagues of Egypt was among us.

“No, with me,” said Mark, quickly; and he stepped to the mouth of the noisome pit.

In that noisome lair of the bandits a horrible scene ensued.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR NOISOME

musky

adjectivelike a pungent sweet odor
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