Origin of reek
OTHER WORDS FROM reekreeker, nounreek·ing·ly, adverbreeky, adjective
How to use reek in a sentence
Nolte's Breitbart report on Dunham's "Barry" reeks of obliviousness.
This entire ordeal reeks of bureaucratic overreach being bandied about in the name of “let-us-save-the-children” politics.The University Of New Orleans’ Cigarette Ban Is Total BS|Chloé Valdary|October 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Indeed, the Sooner State has lately taken pride in pushing back against anything that reeks of progressive-ness.
This is the kind of weak language that reeks of State Department memo writing and should never be uttered in public.
It reeks of desperation and signals an inability to come to grips with modernity.
The blue reeks of smoke from the cottages gave the whole widespread landscape an air of settled order and homely comfort.The Poison Belt|Arthur Conan Doyle
It reeks of absinthe, this desert tavern, in which we warm ourselves at a little smoking fire.Egypt (La Mort De Philae)|Pierre Loti
The altar reeks of it, and we never know when our dearest and best will be summoned.Roger the Bold|F. S. Brereton
"A singular room," he observed to Reeks, on concluding his survey.
Wot's that you say about subterranean apartments, Mr. Reeks?