As you convey luscious spoonfuls to your mouth, another aroma greets your olfactories: it is the fumes of coffee.
The nose is the point of attack; he would slay you through your olfactories.
Your Woods Indian is always sniffing, always testing the impressions of other senses by his olfactories.
When passing the hive our olfactories are saluted with a nauseous effluvia, arising from this corrupting mass.
The water, owing to causes to which I have already alluded, was exceedingly offensive to the palate and the olfactories.
Particles of escaping tobacco dust float in the air and tickle our olfactories.
The whole family of Frys, for instance, except a gentleman I once knew of that name, are odious to my olfactories.
The whole process of rendering menhaden into oil is less offensive to the olfactories than might be supposed.
I acknowledge that I am often guided by my olfactories in doing things that seem so very unaccountable to my friends.
He scented a trade afar off, and his organs of taste, sympathizing with his olfactories, gave out that token of satisfaction.
olfactory ol·fac·to·ry (ŏl-fāk'tə-rē, -trē, ōl-)
Of, relating to, or contributing to the sense of smell.
A descriptive term for the sense of smell.