One of the smells--there were three of them--was the Diné who had come in with the Koshare.
"I don't see as it smells at all," she said, still sniffing delicately.
He puts up his nose and smells my face all over in what he means for a caress, and is off.
But sights and sounds and smells were different from those he had last had when he fled away from it.
Some were almost naked, and the smells of their bodies filled the place.
"It smells much nicer here than at your aunt's," said the old maid.
Cossus, because it smells like the caterpillar, Cossus ligniperda.
We can hardly agree with him when he tells us that smells do not admit of kinds.
How I hate everything that looks or tastes or smells like California!
He smells the mould above the rose; yet how he draws the rose!