stink out

verb(tr, adverb)
  1. to drive out or away by a foul smell

  2. British to cause to stink: the smell of orange peel stinks out the room

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How to use stink out in a sentence

  • This morning I believe we could stink out Father Neptune himself.

    Wilderness of Spring | Edgar Pangborn
  • She'll stink out his chaps, and Hartopp's and Macrea's, when she really begins to fume.

    Stalky & Co. | Rudyard Kipling
  • What I said was: "Can't you keep that damn stink out of my room?"

    Nights in London | Thomas Burke