Definition for foetor (2 of 2)
Origin of fetor
Examples from the Web for foetor
He adds, from some other source of information, that children had generally clammy sweats upon them, with foetor of the breath.
The "Foetor Judaiicus" must be noticeable also to have deserved the term.Ranching, Sport and Travel|Thomas Carson
Some had foetor of the breath as an early symptom, but others had it not.