Antonyms for stank

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She started from the slaughter-houses, which stank of blood.

Nowhere at any time has there been a metropolis that so stank to heaven.

This is why the name Corresponding Society stank in the nostrils of all rulers.

That they stank so abominably they overcame whole armies just with their smell.

The hold steamed like an oven, stank most offensively, and groaned with anguish.

The thing died at last, and the stench of it stank to the sky.

This bracketing of Hildas injury with hers stank in Katherines nostrils.

They were come at last to grip with facts that stank and bit and gripped.

I did, and I stank so of turpentine I was quite ashamed to lie with myself.

And if they left somewhat, it stank so foully that a man might not touch it.