It is a white, tasteless, and inodorous substance, used in the manufacture of candles.
inodorous; taste at first slightly bitter, leaving a peculiar sense of numbness on the tongue and fauces.
The former occurs in small hard grains, not exceeding in size that of a pin's head, inodorous, and having little taste.
It is absolutely white, inodorous, and not appreciably bitter.
In one of these dark and inodorous rooms, John Winthrope had his temporary abiding place.
Nearly all the tulip tribe, although beautiful to the eye, are inodorous.
There were but two inodorous rooms, the innermost of which contained a truckle bed.
It closely resembles horse-hair when properly cleaned and curled—is quite elastic and inodorous.
Add half a pint of alcohol, or spirits of wine, which should be of the inodorous sort.
It is inodorous and tasteless, but if boiled in water used for tea it is almost certain death.