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fetid

 [fet´id]
having a rank, disagreeable smell.

fet·id

(fet'id, fē'tid),
Foul-smelling.
[L. foetidus]

fet·id

(fet'id)
Foul-smelling.
[L. foetidus]

fet·id

(fet'id)
Foul-smelling.
[L. foetidus]
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Fetid scratch-and-sniff stickers or air fresheners would rule.
Emergency workers are battling to prevent waterborne diseases like cholera from spreading as fetid water swilled around the HeldlKashmir Valley more than a week after the worst flooding in the past over sixty years.
It is characterized by fetid red brown watery uterine discharge along with pyrexia (Drillich et al., 2001), reduced milk yield, dullness, inappetance or anorexia, elevated heart rate and apparent dehydration.
TONY Mulhearn's letter was spot on in his reply to Rennie Ku's letter regarding UKIP being a breath of fresh air - far from being fresh air Tony's description fits perfectly - a fetid stench (Unfair coverage, ECHO, June 3).
Didn't even notice he had died, even as the rot of his corpse hung like the smell of a fetid swamp.
But drive through the city at any time of the day or night and you will see the real cause - namely the fetid rubbish that is piled on pavements, in gutters and on parkland.
in the fetid twilight to some vestigial rumba or merengue
For 400 yuan (US$65.85) a month in rent, there's no air-conditioning, the only suggestion of heat is a pipe snaking through to deliver gas to the apartments above and the bathroom is a fetid, shared toilet down the hall.
In person, Baldwin's even more candid, venting on tasteless studio executives, the pay for actors and the "fetid septic tank'' of the movie business.
Well, Marvellous Malky and his men have sent out a resounding message to the fetid football world: heart and soul, rather than money, is what really counts.
fetid smell attractive to gnats, whether the extracts sedate or not;
In October and November, the central plains and parts of Bangkok were hit by the worst floods in five decades, but the resulting inundations were fetid and unsuitable for the Aeges aegypti to breed.