olfactory

[ ol-fak-tuh-ree, -tree, ohl- ]SEE DEFINITION OF olfactory

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Do odors impress some olfactory centre with images of the thing emitting them?

A strong odour of tobacco was wafted to his olfactory sense.

I do not know, although I assert that they are not olfactory organs.

Their olfactory passage, like that of the Palostraca, must have been ventral.

The brain proper, from which arise only the olfactory and optic nerves.

What, then, represents the olfactory antenn in the scorpions?

The olfactory nerve of the nation never scented their existence.

And what an agreeable impression it produces upon the olfactory organs!

These are the olfactory organs, wherein is the sense of smell.

These are the olfactory lobes which receive the sensation of smell.

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