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Malodor   Listen
Malodor

noun
1.
A distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant.  Synonyms: fetor, foetor, malodour, mephitis, reek, stench, stink.






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"Malodor" Quotes from Famous Books



... Pompadours, have strutted their brief hour upon the mimic stage, disappearing at daybreak like foul night-birds or an unclean dream—have come and gone like the rank eructation of some crapulous Sodom, a malodor from the cloacae of ancient capitals, a breath blown from the festering lips of half-forgotten harlots, a stench from the sepulcher of centuries devoid of shame. Uncle Sam may now proceed to fumigate himself after his enforced association with royal bummers and ...
— Volume 1 of Brann The Iconoclast • William Cowper Brann



Words linked to "Malodor" :   reek, stench, odour, foetor, olfactory sensation, odor, olfactory perception, niff, pong, smell



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