odor[ oh-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF odor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ODOR
The odor given off by the chicken is also an indication of freshness.
A moment after, the odor of alcohol scented the little cabin.
Unfortunately, the difference in odor does not lend itself to the illusion.
The odor of manure is no doubt pleasant to a farm laborer, but it is unpleasant to us.
But their humour, like the odor and smoke of gunjah, (hasheesh) was become stifling.
They were filled with a milky light, and the odor of ozone was strong.
It has almost no odor and a sweet taste and cooks deliciously.
It is not so warty and the odor is not nearly so strong as the Amanita strobiliformis.
The flesh is firm, white, and has a farinaceous taste as well as odor.
A number of my friends ate it because of its inviting taste and odor.