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We were carried into a vast bed-room, which I suppose is the club-room, for it stunk of tobacco like a justice of the peace!
Thou liest, I think abominably, and thou hadst been In my place, thou wouldst have stunk at both ends.
BEAUMONT & FLETCHER'S WORKS (8 OF 10)FRANCIS BEAUMONT
This they seemed to void in a way of defence, and it stunk worse than assafoetida, or what is commonly called devil's dung.
Us Chilluns bed a hard time gittin home cause we stunk so bad.'
SLAVE NARRATIVES: A FOLK HISTORY OF SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATESWORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION
Father drunk, mother drunk, a hell of a home that stunk with liquor, and where there was no bread.
The pasture gate was down and even that holy of holies, the branding corral, stunk of sheep.
HIDDEN WATERDANE COOLIDGE
But they stunk of sulphur, an' tasted rotten, an' at first I couldn't go 'em—but I got used to it after a while.
CONNIE MORGAN IN THE FUR COUNTRYJAMES B. HENDRYX
No attempt had been made to wash the wound, and in consequence it stunk horribly.
THE SOLOMON ISLANDS AND THEIR NATIVESH. B. (HENRY BROUGHAM) GUPPY
Then with his own hands he let down by a rope a bag of burning sulphur and pitch, and stunk them out.
SCHOOL READING BY GRADESJAMES BALDWIN
We shot a hare however, and a little ugly animal which stunk so intolerably that none of us could go near him.