Definition of stink:
beef, transgress, smell up, not scruple to do something, exude, demurrer, remonstrance, murmur, genus Mephitis, foetor, resort to, difficulty, funk, fuss, offensive odor, muskiness, pungency, kick, moan, rant, smell/stink to high heaven, malodour, fume, pew, commit, grievance, stoop, go/run off the rails, sink, question, challenge, exception, perpetrate, stink up, fetor, compromise yourself/your position, sell out, grumble, malodor, protest, expostulation, demur, gripe, smell to high heaven, smells, odour, mustiness, stench, demurral, smack, reek, complaint.
- fetor (part of speech: noun)
- smell (part of speech: verb)
- stink (part of speech: verb)
- odor (part of speech: noun)
I was glad to see that I should have comfortable quarters, but I was annoyed by a very unpleasant stink which tainted the air, and which could certainly not be agreeable to the spirits I had to evoke.- "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt.
- "The Planet Strappers", Raymond Zinke Gallun.
But after a very few minutes Tilly, whose temper was still short, called it a " vile stink" and clapped her handkerchief to her nose, and so they hurried out, past many enticing little side booths hidden in dark corners on the ground floor, such as a woman without legs, a double- headed calf, and the like.- "The Getting of Wisdom", Henry Handel Richardson.