How To Use Fetidness In A Sentence

  • For sheer degree of fetidness, his untreated morning breath matched any odor rising from the surrounding bog. Into the Thinking Kingdoms
  • A gust of fetidness informed him of the place in which he stood. Les Miserables
  • A palpable fetidness that oozed from every pore made the herdsman glad he had not eaten since morning, and then very little. Carnivores of Light and Darkness
  • The inherent fetidness of the charter school model is without parallel in the history of American schooling. Imagine, Inc. Charter Schools and Real Estate
  • One there breathes the enormous fetidness of social catastrophes. Les Miserables
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  • Perhaps it would simply be better to let him get it over with and yet the moment she felt the fetidness of his breath against her skin, every muscle in her body clenched in desperate protest. Desire for Revenge
  • His instinct perceived the fetidness of poverty, but no longer ferreted out the deeper evils in pride and sensuality. This Side of Paradise
  • Read as an example of modern fetidness, in the last number of the Vie Parisienne, the article on Marion Delorme. The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters

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