odorous

[oh-der-uhs]
adjective

Origin:
1540–50; < Latin odōrus fragrant. See odor, -ous

odorously, adverb
odorousness, odorosity [oh-duh-ros-i-tee] , noun
nonodorous, adjective
nonodorously, adverb
nonodorousness, noun
preodorous, adjective
unodorous, adjective
unodorously, adverb
unodorousness, noun

1. malodorous, odious, odoriferous, odorous, smelly, stinky ; 2. odious, odorous.
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odorous (ˈəʊdərəs)
 
adj
having or emitting a characteristic smell or odour
 
'odorously
 
adv
 
'odorousness
 
n

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odorous
1540s, from L. odor (see odor) + -ous.
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Example sentences
What you're doing is essentially dissecting the odorous image, he says.
Feedlot performance and odorous compound production.
Digester supernatant from partially stabilized sludge is odorous.
These odorous compounds may be the consequence of microbial metabolism, and the
  microbes may be toxic themselves.
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