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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.
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malodorous

(mælˈəʊdərəs)
adj
having a bad smell
malˈodorously adv
malˈodorousness n
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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.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.malodorous - having an unpleasant smell
fragrant - pleasant-smelling
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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
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malodorous

adjective
Having an unpleasant odor:
Informal: smelly.
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Translations

malodorous

[mæˈləʊdərəs] ADJmaloliente, hediondo
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malodorous

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

adj (form)übel riechend
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malodorous

[mælˈəʊdərəs] adj (liter) → maleodorante
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Pick one and it will malodorously perfume your fingers long after you throw it away.
With his characteristically brilliant prose, Pratchett evokes the "dark and malodorously fluid subterranean life of Victorian London" (Guardian) based on Mayhew's influential 1851 work, London Labour and the London Poor.
The "dirty monk" side of Tennyson is humorously, even malodorously, brought before readers, but Foulds, himself a poet, also dares fictional representations of Tennyson's moments of creative invention, here in terms that suggest "Break, break, break": "The forest dies into itself, growing, shapes fading, eaten, lengthening anew.