malodorous


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mal·o·dor·ous

 (măl-ō′dər-əs)
adj.
Having a bad odor; foul.

mal·o′dor·ous·ly adv.
mal·o′dor·ous·ness n.

malodorous

(mælˈəʊdərəs)
adj
having a bad smell
malˈodorously adv
malˈodorousness n

mal•o•dor•ous

(mælˈoʊ dər əs)

adj.
1. having a foul odor.
2. disreputable; scandalous.
mal•o′dor•ous•ly, adv.
mal•o′dor•ous•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.malodorous - having an unpleasant smell
fragrant - pleasant-smelling

malodorous

adjective smelly, stinking, reeking, nauseating, rank, offensive, fetid, foul-smelling, putrid, evil-smelling, noisome, mephitic, niffy (Brit. slang), olid tons of malodorous garbage bags

malodorous

adjective
Having an unpleasant odor:
Informal: smelly.
Translations

malodorous

[mæˈləʊdərəs] ADJmaloliente, hediondo

malodorous

[mælˈəʊdərəs] adj (formal) (= smelly) → malodorant(e)

malodorous

adj (form)übel riechend

malodorous

[mælˈəʊdərəs] adj (liter) → maleodorante
References in classic literature ?
She took the gourd in one hand, and rather than cause the giver pain raised it to her lips, though for the life of her she could scarce restrain the qualm of nausea that surged through her as the malodorous thing approached her nostrils.
These queer cosmopolitan women, deep in complicated love-affairs which they appeared to feel the need of retailing to every one they met, and the magnificent young officers and elderly dyed wits who were the subjects or the recipients of their confidences, were too different from the people Archer had grown up among, too much like expensive and rather malodorous hot-house exotics, to detain his imagination long.
The little flat was hot and stuffy under the August sun, and from the road beat up a malodorous sultriness.
He embraced his daughter, and then again Pierre, and kissed him with his malodorous mouth.
We were prepared for some unpleasantness, for as we were opening the door a faint, malodorous air seemed to exhale through the gaps, but none of us ever expected such an odor as we encountered.
Up to the small hours of the morning I could hear the clinking of his test-tubes which told me that he was still engaged in his malodorous experiment.
Holmes had been seated for some hours in silence with his long, thin back curved over a chemical vessel in which he was brewing a particularly malodorous product.
We see him, from childhood on, exploring slimy and malodorous places in a hideous has-been industrial landscape, which seems to be all that his whole village and its environs consist of.
The Bureau issued a reminder that the stink bug will not attack humans however they may secrete a malodorous liquid when frightened.
Piles of malodorous rubbish can be seen scattered on all the roads and localities in my jurisdiction.
Don't bring any noisy or malodorous food that may distract others, and don't pick messy food, too, for it may mess up your test papers.
But there's no way non-smokers should be forced to share in their malodorous pastime when the breezes off the Mersey waft their fumes over our muchanticipated starters and mains.