Ungentlemanly conduct in the House stinks in their nostrils.
The picturesqueness of the place and people were only equalled by the stinks.
"Serve her right; she stinks with silent pride," he said to himself angrily.
Gilderman heard one of the women say: He has been dead four days and he stinks.
When we airmen notice that phenomenon in an enemy plane, we say: "He stinks!"
And now, behold, now in this strange place of stinks I find Macumazahn, my friend.
I got a lot of nerve, but not enough to charge a man for anything that stinks like that beef.
Louse indeed, for he went to a place of stinks that would poison other than vermin!
"I must have said the right thing when I said he stinks," Hawkes remarked.
He stinks of butter as if he were anointed all over for the itch.