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verb as in smell badly

verb as in be lousy, bad

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Example Sentences

I won’t lie, the video stunk, but I was absolutely impressed by the quality of the audio.

One episode, the Christmas one, we all pigged out like crazy and went to see Tron: Legacy right after, and we all stunk horribly.

But hard as it is for a liberal to say, the Democratic party in New Jersey has traditionally stunk to high heaven.

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.

This they seemed to void in a way of defence, and it stunk worse than assafoetida, or what is commonly called devil's dung.

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.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stunk, such as: offend, reek, funk, be offensive, be rotten, and have an odor.

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