odorously

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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