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Noisome in a sentence

There was a faint hiss, a noisome smell went up, the lights flickered.
The noisome smelling foam spread out across the blacktop in a small lake.
A noisome smell assailed their nostrils, worse even than the smell of the hut.
Then they broke the evil bridge and set red flames in the noisome fields and departed.
A rattling of chains was heard, and a familiar noisome air was wafted from the doorway.
See also: See, Hear, Tongue, Sight, Air, Defiled, Unclean, Smoke, Ash, Dust, Foul, Noisome.
For cold they seemed to Sam after the noisome darkness behind; but the breath of them revived him.

And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth; and a noisome and grievous sore fell upon.
And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth; and there fell a noisome and grievous sore.
Extraordinary how soon the noisome flavour of imprisoned sleep, becomes manifest in all such places that are ill cared for!.
Oh, dear! life again, thought Maslova, with horror, involuntarily breathing in the air that had become terribly noisome towards the morning.
Even with God’s own guidance, they might well reap some of His flowers as they battled the noisome weeds seeking to choke the life from all of Creation.
He’d had a tickle in his own throat a few weeks ago, which spoke to the promiscuity of the local microbes, but hadn’t let it ripen into this noisome hack.
When Maslova returned to her noisome cell after this interview, she took off her cloak and sat down in her place on the shelf bedstead with her hands folded on her lap.
There was no other way left now to enjoy his power but by seeing his crushed adversaries crawl impotently into the light of day out of the dark, noisome cells of the Collegio.
And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth; and a noisome and grievous sore fell upon the men which had the mark of the beast, and upon them which worshipped his image.
And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth; and a noisome and grievous sore fell upon the men, which had the mark of the beast, and upon them, which worshipped his image.
He caught up with the busker in a narrow, noisome alley toward the village outskirts nearest the volcano, whose eponymous crater stained red the sky above the rooftops, and whose bone-deep demon mutter never paused for breath.
That has always seemed a rather boorish portion of the contest, wouldn’t you say---with the players darting to and fro while attempting to redirect the attention of a noisome pack of rackety, obstreperous curs? He purred coyly.
But the picture of those unfortunate beings, inhaling the noisome air, and lying in the liquid oozing out of the stinking tub, especially that of the boy, with his innocent face asleep on the leg of a criminal, came all the more vividly to his mind, and he could not get it out of his head.
Those hundreds and thousands of degraded human beings locked up in the noisome prisons by indifferent generals, procureurs, inspectors, rose up in his imagination; he remembered the strange, free old man accusing the officials, and therefore considered mad, and among the corpses the beautiful, waxen face of Kryltzoff, who had died in anger.
When Toad found himself immured in a dank and noisome dungeon, and knew that all the grim darkness of a medieval fortress lay between him and the outer world of sunshine and well-metalled high roads where he had lately been so happy, disporting himself as if he had bought up every road in England, he flung himself at full length on the floor, and shed bitter tears, and abandoned himself to dark despair.
See also: Noisome, Sore, Pain, Affliction, Torment, Tears, Plague,.

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