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In 1429 he was one of the commissioners for the truce with Scotland which was concluded at Hawden Stank.
He smelt the Prince's breath, and swore that it stank of a surfeit of undigested Martellian verses.
It is no wonder that the Ecclesiastical Commission, which these men represented, soon stank in the nostrils of the English clergy.
I sent it to you by letter-post and received for it instead of thanks, stench (statt Dank Stank).
The name Laflin stank in the nostrils of an outraged people.
THE BROKEN SWORDDENNISON WORTHINGTON
For aught I know it might go down a mile in depth towards the centre of the globe, and it stank abominably.
A BOOK OF GHOSTSSABINE BARING-GOULD
There was no need to use the bones, after all—they burnt well enough, it is true, but stank abominably in the burning.
EGHOLM AND HIS GODJOHANNES BUCHHOLTZ
Then the train began its long slither downhill, still through a whole necklace of tunnels, which fortunately no longer stank.
AARON'S RODD. H. LAWRENCE
They answered that this metal stank, and was base and soft; theirs was whiter, harder, and had no bad smell.
Ants stank of formic acid plus the musky odor of their particular city and kind.
NIGHTMARE PLANETMURRAY LEINSTER

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