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  • as inrancid
  • as inrank
  • as insmelly
  • as inreeky

synonyms for olid

  • contaminated
  • disagreeable
  • fetid
  • moldy
  • musty
  • polluted
  • putrid
  • smelly
  • soured
  • stale
  • tainted
  • bad
  • carious
  • curdled
  • decomposing
  • disgusting
  • evil-smelling
  • feculent
  • foul
  • frowzy
  • fusty
  • gamy
  • high
  • impure
  • loathsome
  • malodorous
  • nasty
  • nidorous
  • noisome
  • noxious
  • off
  • offensive
  • putrefactive
  • putrescent
  • rank
  • reeky
  • repulsive
  • sharp
  • sour
  • stinking
  • strong
  • turned
  • unhealthy
  • whiffy
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antonyms for olid

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  • clean
  • fresh
  • new
  • perfumed
  • pure
  • sweet
  • rare
  • sweet
  • fresh
  • good
  • nice
  • clean
  • moral
  • indefinite
  • sparse
  • scarce
  • perfumed
  • aromatic
  • pleasant
  • pleasing
  • sweet
  • perfumed
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    How to use olid in a sentence

    After a short battle, Olid, hoping for the speedy return of his absent forces, applied for a truce.
    HERNANDO CORTEZJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
    After a time, however, Las Casas succeeded in forming a conspiracy, and Olid was seized and beheaded.
    HERNANDO CORTEZJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
    Others of the troops were to assemble at Naco, quite an important town, where Olid had been executed.
    HERNANDO CORTEZJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
    De Olid, at the time in charge of the palace, drew nigh, attracted by the increasing uproar.
    THE FAIR GODLEW WALLACE
    Olid lost his life in this attempt; and Corts determined to go himself to Honduras.
    MEXICOSUSAN HALE
    Olid, Leon, and others who were present begged Cortes to be considerate.
    THE FAIR GODLEW WALLACE
    With all his gallantry, De Olid was beaten slowly back to the house.
    THE FAIR GODLEW WALLACE
    Sandoval was to command on the north, Alvarado on the west, and Olid on the south.
    HERNANDO CORTEZJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
    At the mouth of this river Olid had established one of his important settlements.
    HERNANDO CORTEZJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
    I leave him in the hands of the Alcaldes and De Olid, who have no such faintness of heart as confounds mine.
    THE INFIDEL, VOL. I.ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD
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    WORDS RELATED TO OLID

    • bad
    • carious
    • contaminated
    • curdled
    • decomposing
    • disagreeable
    • disgusting
    • evil-smelling
    • feculent
    • fetid
    • foul
    • frowzy
    • fusty
    • gamy
    • high
    • impure
    • loathsome
    • malodorous
    • moldy
    • musty
    • nasty
    • nidorous
    • noisome
    • noxious
    • off
    • offensive
    • olid
    • polluted
    • putrefactive
    • putrescent
    • putrid
    • rank
    • reeky
    • repulsive
    • sharp
    • smelly
    • sour
    • soured
    • stale
    • stinking
    • strong
    • tainted
    • turned
    • unhealthy
    • whiffy
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