/ (ˈɡrævɪələnt) /
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(of plants) having a strong fetid smell
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Word Origin for graveolent
C17: from Latin gravis heavy + olēre to smell
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How to use graveolent in a sentence
The stratum of the earth is black and pitchy, and the springs beneath it are of a dark and graveolent water.The Pilgrims Of The Rhine|Edward Bulwer-Lytton