Smelly

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Definition

smelly : having a bad or unpleasant odor or scent
adjective

to smell: to sense the odor or scent of something (with one's nose), to sniff; to have, produce or give off an odor or scent
verb

Examples

  • "Philip : Nominated for a Smelly Award."
  • "I have managed to smuggle some of my favorite French foods through customs, including a very smelly camembert that I have kept in my trousers."
  • "Kalvin Krime : Give me back my Smelly!"
  • "The 'Smellies' will be broadcast live on network television in over 60 countries around the world, so this is a great opportunity for publicity, even if we don't win, though I've heard some rumours, and apparently we're the favourites!"
  • "Ladies and gentlemen, here are the nominees for the Smelly Award for 'Male fragrance of the year'."
  • "A Smelly, Bruno."
  • "Please tell your friends about the ceremony, and tune in and watch us hopefully take home a 'Smelly'!"
  • "Our company's marquee perfume release last year, 'Adonis for men', has been nominated for a 'Smelly' award, the most prestigious award in the perfume industry."
  • "Watching your 'performance' yesterday at the Smelly Awards, I felt a wide spectrum of emotions: Disappointment."

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