[ US /ˈoʊdɝəs/ ]
[ UK /ˈəʊdəɹəs/ ]
[ UK /ˈəʊdəɹəs/ ]
having odor or a characteristic odor
fresh odorous bread
odorous jasmine flowers
emitting an odor
odorous salt pork and weevily hardtack
having a natural fragrance
the perfumed air of June
the odorous air of the orchard
How To Use odorous In A Sentence
- I am not sure if all dumps are this smelly - I know that all dumps are odorous - but it was stinky.
- They are dubbed 'odorous' and 'coconut' due to the coconut - or rum-like smell they release when crushed. Livescience.com
- Should the turkey spray you with an odorous substance after you kill it, you didn't kill a turkey.
- DETAINING the next president of the United States for three hours in what an eyewitness called a "malodorous" small room at an airport in the provincial Russian city of Perm looks, in retrospect, to have been a pretty bad idea. Robert Amsterdam
- Basically, low concentration of alkane background gas has no effect on the removal efficiency of malodorous gas. ?
- The floor of the cage was slippery with a kind of odorous slime. Starchild Omnibus
- The Professor was going to pelt Hugh Mackay with a great, malodorous barrage of bunyip droppings, but then realised there wouldn't be any point.
- They smell inodorously -- they do not wash -- they dare not risk cholera. The Innocents Abroad
- Many fatty foods are susceptible to autoxidation, involving the oxidation of lipid molecules to produce malodorous ketones, alcohols and acids that adversely affect the texture, flavour and taste of food.
- That turned out to be fanciful thinking as instead I found myself in a warm and cheerful place with assistants hard at work and a kettle on the boil, and if there was a funny smell it was, Polly assured me, just her lamb stew at lunch, not the waft of an odorous beast she'd flayed. Kisa Lala: Sculpting Corpses: A Conversation With Taxidermy Artist Polly Morgan