offensively malodorous (Freq. 2)

a foul odor


the kitchen smelled really funky

fetid, ↑foetid, ↑foul, ↑funky, ↑noisome, ↑smelly, ↑stinking, ↑ill-scented
Similar to: ↑malodorous, ↑malodourous, ↑unpleasant-smelling, ↑ill-smelling, ↑stinky
Derivationally related forms: ↑smell (for: ↑smelly), ↑noisomeness (for: ↑noisome), ↑foulness (for: ↑foul), ↑fetidness (for: ↑fetid)

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