malodorous malodorous


  • (adj) having an unpleasant smell


  1. The son of a rice farmer, Phibun developed an early aversion to the malodorous paddies, decided on a military career.
  2. Three hours after he ate salad garnished with onion and garlic, the air exhaled through the tube became malodorous.
  3. He was assigned to a tiny, damp, malodorous cell whose only plumbing was a bucket and he asked for no favors.


  • Engineers offer rundown on plant technology

    The talk of Wyoming-based Future Food Energy LLC building a beef processing plant in Scottsbluff has raised concerns about the potential malodorous nature of the facility.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Scottsbluff Star-Herald


  • Candidates standing for the PdL would be unlike the "malodorous and badly dressed people who represent certain parties in parliament", Mr Berlusconi added.
    on Apr 30, 2009 By: Silvio Berlusconi Source: BBC News

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