bad breath

noun

: breath that smells unpleasant
He has bad breath.

Examples of bad breath in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In the short term, mouth breathing can lead to complications, including dry mouth and bad breath. Kelly Burch Updated, Verywell Health, 12 July 2024 Cats are notorious for developing resorptive lesions on their teeth that can cause oral discomfort as well as bad breath. Dr. Devon B. Smith, Baltimore Sun, 11 July 2024 Consuming black garlic in large amounts may also lead to symptoms such as bad breath, body odor, nausea, vomiting, and gas. Jillian Kubala, Rd, Health, 2 July 2024 Instead, what we’re served feels more like dirty limericks delivered at an excruciating pace by a bore with bad breath. Amy Nicholson, Los Angeles Times, 21 June 2024 Few things are as off-putting as having bad breath. Daryl Austin, USA TODAY, 9 May 2024 When the Covid-19 pandemic upended daily life, the gum bubble burst as consumers masked up, worried less about bad breath, and spent less cash on impulse gum purchases. Francisco Velasquez, Quartz, 12 June 2024 For bad breath, dandruff or cleaning floors Sean Mowbray is a freelance writer based in Scotland. Sean Mowbray, Discover Magazine, 7 May 2024 Coconuts have some powerful qualities like helping to minimize bacteria, viruses, bad breath and skin ailments. Abigail Beck, The Arizona Republic, 1 May 2024

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“Bad breath.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bad%20breath. Accessed 22 Jul. 2024.

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