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  1. It was dark, fetid and.
  2. The cold, fetid air will.
  3. Fetid odor of limestones, cause of, L.
  4. The appendage was drenched in fetid, green slime.
  5. Inside, the poisonous and fetid air was overpowering.

  6. Their leader’s fetid breath smelled of hell-bent sulpher.
  7. And the foul and fetid smells were diffusing the whole room.
  8. At the bottom stairs, Nem nearly bounced off the fetid odor in the room.
  9. Its fetid breath came up into my face like the steam from some foul pot.
  10. In the stagnant and fetid Air of the Tent, Doggett display’d his Wonders.
  11. There was a damp moldy mattress on the floor with a big fetid hole in the center.
  12. His body was horribly bloated and suggested the fetid, damp smell of putrefaction.
  13. The American Territory has become a fetid jungle in which grows a dangerous heresy.
  14. Joshua in dream-four was also charged with being worldly, as he stood in fetid clothing.
  15. The den upon which his eye now rested was abject, dirty, fetid, pestiferous, mean, sordid.

  16. They seem to invalidate the opinion that the fetid smell of secondary limestone, slate, &c.
  17. Fetid foul air penetrated the flaxen masks the two on the gondola wrapped around their faces.
  18. Had it caught the scent of me? My own nostrils were filled by a low fetid odour, mephitic and abominable.
  19. I bow’d my Head to the fetid and uneven Cobblestones and walkt away as quickly as my Legs would carry me.
  20. The heat was as intolerable as before, but he inhaled the dusty, fetid, infected town air with greediness.
  21. A cigarette glowed amid the tangle of white hair, and the air of the room was fetid with stale tobacco smoke.
  22. A cigarette glowed amid the tangle of white hair, and the air of the room was fetid with stale tobacco-smoke.
  23. Its forked tongue almost brushed his lips as it darted in and out, and its fetid odor made his senses reel with nausea.
  24. So, apart from the fetid smell from the man, or the cabbage, and my head banging on the roof, I can't say I've ever felt more grounded.
  25. The odor of charred flesh, already powerful in the narrow space, became nearly overwhelming, with an undertone of something even more fetid.

  26. The smell of sweat, of blood, of unwashed bodies, of excrement rose up in waves of blistering heat until the fetid stench almost nauseated her.
  27. The ground a few feet below the surface was saturated with fetid moisture and a stench as of a thousand putrefying corpse emanated from the opened earth.
  28. The fetid closeness of the air, and a famishing diet, united perhaps to some fears of ultimate retribution, had constrained them to surrender at discretion.
  29. Ooh, what am I going to do? I smelled her fetid breath as she leaned even closer, and heard the tittering of her friends and fellow bullies in the background.
  30. Why, the beasts o’ the forest, of course, said Ironbristles, leaning in so close to her face that she could see his rotten teeth and smell his fetid breath.
  31. The taste of him; oh the taste to come, the wetness of his muzzle, the razor edge of his teeth, the fetid and yielding lust on his hot breath as the bite went home.
  32. Frightened, she crawled back into the corner of the cage and wrapped her arms around her knees as she looked around at the mess of fetid wet straw that surrounded her.
  33. Little, pink orchids were growing throughout the vines, and Ben noted their scent was not sweet and fragrant as most flowers, instead it was rather fetid and quite strong.
  34. She spent the late afternoon opening his mattress and his pillows, filling them with some of the new wool while she burnt the fetid pile of old stuffing, The Maiden’s Odyssey.
  35. He’d wrap her up in his arms and hold her until the waves of revulsion that swept continually through her, suffocating her soul like a dank fetid fog, lifted, and she would breathe again.
  36. When Morry had swum back to the dock, the boys helped him out of the fetid water and made their way upstairs into the rickety shell house to take their showers and get their own tastes of the Hudson.
  37. Florentino Ariza was the first to jump on land from the mail sloop, and from that time on he no longer detected the fetid reek of the bay in the city, but was aware only of the personal fragrance of Fermina Daza.
  38. Beneath the gong the polished marble flags showed no footprint, but there was a scent in the air—a faintly fetid odor he could not classify; his nostrils dilated like those of a wild beast as he sought in vain to identify it.
  39. The bodies buried here, not poisoned by the embalming repellants rendering a flesh of plenty into a toxic, fetid mass undigestible to microbe, insect, and animal, are the Zombie Truffles those awakened to cannibalism are seeking to unearth and consume.
  40. The unhealthy nature of the site; the quantity and quality of the children’s food; the brackish, fetid water used in its preparation; the pupils’ wretched clothing and accommodations—all these things were discovered, and the discovery produced a result mortifying to Mr.
  41. As soon as Tchekounoff had given me my tea (I will say, in parenthesis, that the water brought in in the morning, and not renewed throughout the day, was soon corrupted, soon poisoned by the fetid air), the door opened, and the soldier, who had just received the rods, was brought in under a double escort.
  42. Tortuous, cracked, unpaved, full of fissures, intersected by gullies, jolted by eccentric elbows, mounting and descending illogically, fetid, wild, fierce, submerged in obscurity, with cicatrices on its pavements and scars on its walls, terrible,—such was, retrospectively viewed, the antique sewer of Paris.
  43. I was near to fainting with the Pain, expiring there in the Reek of the House of Easement, with its fetid Odours rising and its Dampness like the Ante-Room to Hell itself—when, in a trice, my Womb cramp’d entirely in one horrid Convulsion, and the wretched black Thing (or what remain’d of it) came out.
  44. The goblin was developed under the fetid covering of the Mouffetard sewer; the corpses of the Marmousets had been cast into the sewer de la Barillerie; Fagon attributed the redoubtable malignant fever of 1685 to the great hiatus of the sewer of the Marais, which remained yawning until 1833 in the Rue Saint-Louis, almost opposite the sign of the Gallant Messenger.
  45. Vlang, the old gun-sergeant, and a few others were the only ones who rarely went out into the trenches; it was impossible to restrain the rest; they all scattered about in the fresh morning air, escaping from the fetid air of the bomb-proof, and, in spite of the fact that the bombardment was as vigorous as on the preceding evening, they disposed themselves around the door, and some even on the breastworks.
  46. Any one who, like ourselves, has wandered about in these solitudes contiguous to our faubourgs, which may be designated as the limbos of Paris, has seen here and there, in the most desert spot, at the most unexpected moment, behind a meagre hedge, or in the corner of a lugubrious wall, children grouped tumultuously, fetid, muddy, dusty, ragged, dishevelled, playing hide-and-seek, and crowned with corn-flowers.
  47. Accordingly after a few such preliminaries as brushing, in spite of his having forgotten to take up his rather soapsuddy handkerchief after it had done yeoman service in the shaving line, they both walked together along Beaver street or, more properly, lane as far as the farrier's and the distinctly fetid atmosphere of the livery stables at the corner of Montgomery street where they made tracks to the left from thence debouching into Amiens street round by the corner of Dan Bergin's.
  48. High wages were necessary to induce a mason to disappear in that fetid mine; the ladder of the cess-pool cleaner hesitated to plunge into it; it was said, in proverbial form: "to descend into the sewer is to enter the grave;" and all sorts of hideous legends, as we have said, covered this colossal sink with terror; a dread sink-hole which bears the traces of the revolutions of the globe as of the revolutions of man, and where are to be found vestiges of all cataclysms from the shells of the Deluge to the rag of Marat.

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Synonyms for fetid

fetid foetid foul funky noisome smelly stinking

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