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noun as in bad smell

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verb as in smell badly

verb as in be lousy, bad

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One does not have to be a Koch brother to detect how badly the conduct of UFW and the ALRB stinks.

She finally takes his head in her arms and looks directly into the camera and says, ‘He stinks and he’s ugly but I like him.

When I got out of the car I was assailed by another of the noxious stinks that Lufkin is distinguished for.

A sign was attached stating, “The Clinton health care plan stinks worse than this trailer.”

Money is like fertilizer; when hoarded it stinks, when spread around, things grow.

Frost all night 'cept when it hails, and biling sun all day, and the water stinks fit to knock you down.

If that your breath stinks not, you must learn sweeter English, or I shall never understand your suit.

When we airmen notice that phenomenon in an enemy plane, we say: "He stinks!"

The name potonchan, Aguilar translated as, the place that stinks (lugar que hiede).

It's a filthy little Slav town with only one street, which stinks, and in which one can't walk after rain without goloshes.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stinks, such as: stench, foulness, noisomeness, fetor, malodor, and foul odor.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.