Origin of stench
synonym study for stench
OTHER WORDS FROM stenchstenchful, adjective
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How to use stench in a sentence
The work was often done in miserable weather, with stench and mud, and the soldiers lived in primitive housing, Budreau wrote.
He has cleared paths through rooms with horrible stenches and picked through mold, dead rodents and worse.How downsizing expert Matt Paxton helps Americans sort through their stuff|Jura Koncius|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
The stench might mask the scent that hornets use to mark hives for attack.Honeybees fend off deadly hornets by decorating hives with poop|Asher Jones|January 19, 2021|Science News For Students
Yanna Casey, 25 of Atlanta, said the stench is particularly bad when she is around cleaning supplies.When coffee smells like gasoline: Covid isn’t just stealing senses — it may be warping them|Allyson Chiu|November 5, 2020|Washington Post
Instead, there’s a stench that’s increasingly hard to ignore.
The stench of corruption is settling over world soccer like a poisonous fog, and players are paying the price.
In the darkness none of the others could tell where the stench came from.
Hot orange flames leap into the sky bringing with them the sickening, inescapable stench of death.
They were being carried out and the stench of their rotting flesh and bloated guts made it hard to examine them closely.
The small family home is still intact but the stench of rotting flesh that comes from inside is overpowering.
We elephants never fear anyone or hate anyone and that is why we exude no stench, but a tiger has to live by killing.
On our way home, I verified the law of the jungle, for Kari had really developed a slight stench.
Most of the party were now really ill from the foul stench in which they had lived so long.
And as Raf pushed down another aisle, paralleling his course, he was conscious of a sickly sweet, stomach-churning stench.
Just as the stench of the snake-devil's lair had betrayed its site, here disaster and death had an odor of its own.