skunky

skunky

(ˈskʌŋkɪ)
adj, -kier or -kiest
smelling of a skunk
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It might help identify the skunky smell that elicits complaints from the neighbors of pot farms, opening a way to breed and grow something easier on the nose.
A skunky odor rides the wind as industrial fans blow out to cool the cultivation company's groundbreaking marijuana factory in Woodruff County.
You won't find skunky beer at the bar, but instead Aperol spritzes and Old Fashioneds, plus craft beers by glass or pitcher.
13 of One Gro guards who don't get along with neighbors, gunshots, speeding and objections to the skunky smell of marijuana.
She liked the way people looked at her when she arrived at Bulls Eye on Tom's arm after they'd burrowed through twisting ancient tunnels to the lowest lounge below the city, where skunky smoke mixed with the yeast and bitter herbs of beer and spirits.
spurred my pace, all Gospel according to Lonnie as thin and skunky as
Slight "skunky" aroma; not off-putting and seemed to blow off quickly.
"The skunky smell of marijuana smoke wafts through restaurants in the ski resorts of Dizin and Shemshak," the Times reporter wrote.
E.g., Russell Wheeler, Federal Judicial Nominations: Skunky D.C.
We managed this way until the well water became clear again and didn't have that skunky smell.
For Alex Bag's solo show, which opened in concert with Art Basel Miami Beach this past December, the art-establishment farceur reprised her 2001 mockumentary about the fictional pimp-cum-cultural entrepreneur Leroy LeLoup (played by the artist's brother, Damian Bag, in a skunky wig) some fifteen years after he debuted his "gallery" (housed in a souped-up white Dodge Ram) at the 2001 Armory Show in New York.