verb (used with object), de·o·dor·ized, de·o·dor·iz·ing.
Origin of deodorize
Related Words for deodorizerrefinery, refiner, cleanser, cosmetic, disinfectant, cleaner, detergent, filter, wash, fumigator, antiperspirant, fumigant, clarifier, sanitizer
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Historical Examples of deodorizer
Bits of charcoal in the water are helpful if a deodorizer or disinfectant is needed.
My father was a deodorizer of dead dogs, my mother kept the only shop for the sale of cats'-meat in my native city.The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce, Volume 8
Although it looks dirty, powdered charcoal sprinkled over the floor has a powerful effect as a deodorizer.Notes on Stable Management in India and the Colonies
Joshua A. Nunn
The nose is a filter and deodorizer, in passing through which the air is cleansed and sent pure into the lungs.Humorous Hits and How to Hold an Audience
It is a deodorizer, all disagreeable smells leaving the skin to which it is applied; and above all it is not a poison.Manual of Taxidermy
Charles Johnson Maynard