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A moment later there was Something nearly at his left elbow, and he smelt again the nameless, fœtid reek.
The reek of hot tin from the dark lantern grew worse momentarily.
THE GOLD BATP. G. WODEHOUSE
This first was the Boer hospital, and even at this early hour the air was pungent with the reek of strong tobacco.
At such times I could detect the faint reek of alcohol coming through his pores.
It overlaid the reek of the cattle yards, the fumes of rank spirits and tobacco that came from the shanties.
THE PIONEERSKATHARINE SUSANNAH PRICHARD
The wavy glow of fires shone out upon the deepening twilight, and above the domed huts rose many a smoke reek.
The towers of Stirling, and even the “reek” of Edinburgh, may be descried on a clear day.
Shmoke her tinderly wid honey-dew, afther letting the reek av the Canteen plug die away.
SOLDIER STORIESRUDYARD KIPLING
More frequently he is dressed in well-worn black, and his clothes reek with noisome exhalations of stale tobacco-smoke.
He, too, must mingle in the reek of cities, share Lazarus' crust and drink from the same cup with the children of the slums.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY

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