smelly

[smel-ee]
adjective, smellier, smelliest.
emitting a strong or unpleasant odor; reeking.

Origin:
1860–65; smell + -y1

smelliness, noun

malodorous, odious, odoriferous, odorous, smelly, stinky.
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smelly (ˈsmɛlɪ)
 
adj , smellier, smelliest
having a strong or nasty smell
 
'smelliness
 
n

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Example sentences
By that term she means old and smelly, which it is not.
One of my dogs tends to get smelly feet after a few weeks, but her coat smells
  clean, as do the other two dogs.
My own maple aroma got me thinking about another smelly mystery.
Still, his axiom covers a lot of territory on the human condition, including
  our somewhat smelly natures.
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