Definition of stench:
enmity, malodor, animosity, repulsion, loathing, fetor, dislike, antagonism, pungency, funk, odour, revulsion, mustiness, genus Mephitis, stink, malodour, pew, reek, muskiness, disgust, contempt, foetor, hatred.
- fetor (part of speech: noun)
- odor (part of speech: noun)
She no longer inhabited the little detached cottage, and divers and sundry were the Flockhart " wives" that I " speired at" through the unsavory street of Newhaven, before I found the right one at last, on the third flat of a filthy house, where noise and stench combined almost to knock me down, and where I could hardly knock loud enough to make myself heard above the din within and without.- "Records of a Girlhood", Frances Ann Kemble.
- "Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete The Personal And Literary Life Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens", Albert Bigelow Paine Last Updated: February 20, 2009.
They lived in plenty: there was work for all: they had their folk mote- their City parliament- and their ward mote- which still exists: they had no feudal lord to harass them: as for the dirt and mud and stench of the narrow City streets, they cared nothing for such things.- "The History of London", Walter Besant.