fetor


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Related to fetor: fetor hepaticus, fetor oris

fetor

 [fe´tor]
stench or offensive odor.
hepatic fetor (fetor hepa´ticus) the peculiar odor of the breath characteristic of hepatic disease.
fetor o´ris halitosis.

fe·tor

(fē'tōr),
A very offensive odor.
[L. an offensive smell, fr. feteo, to stink]

fetor

/fe·tor/ (fe´tor) stench, or offensive odor.
fetor hepa´ticus  the peculiar odor of the breath characteristic of hepatic disease.

fe·tor

(fē'tōr)
A very offensive odor.
[L. an offensive smell, fr. feteo, to stink]

fe·tor

(fē'tōr)
A very offensive odor.
[L. an offensive smell, fr. feteo, to stink]

fetor

stench or offensive odor.

fetor oris
halitosis.
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There is no longer talk of the stench of pestilence or the fetor of the poor; rather, we talk about the reek of the toxic waste dump, the pungent fumes of motor vehicle exhaust, and the dangers of tobacco smoke.
Inside it's pitch black & the air is hot & wet with the sweet fetor of rotting grass.
the vivid sapphire of daybreak tainted by a vaporous, gorge-swelling fetor.
Sex at midnight," I wrote, fume-nided in emu fetor, with gin dim, ".