At last he had her cornered, and the specter was caught behind a curtain of odorous fumes.
It is in the brain that the poppy is red, that the apple is odorous, that the skylark sings.
The dinner-table had been set out of doors, underneath the odorous cedar-tree.
Mutely together they moved through the lonesome, odorous twilight.
The odorous breeze, scented with honeyed clover and the perfume of roses, grew languid in its sweetness, and presently died away.
The railway terminus will be odorous with garlic and the humanity of Italy.
Dozens of smaller ones grew on every side, and many of these were covered with the odorous green mantle of the wild grapevine.
The day came on—glorious, odorous, golden—but we saw little of its beauty.
He grasped the fish and tore it, pushing frantically at his own body with the now-rancid, scaly, odorous mass.
He pushed it open, and stepped into the odorous darkness of its interior.