Examples of stench in a Sentence
the stench of rotting meat
we finally discovered the dead rat that was causing the stench in the basement
Recent Examples of stench from the Web
The stench permeating the grounds was so bad, officers had to cover their mouths and noses.
But perhaps someone, such as Gov. Rick Snyder — or one of the gubernatorial candidates who work in his administration and still have the stench of the Flint water crisis on them — could give the president a call.
Water that gets cloudy and has a foul stench has become stagnant and might be harmful to drink.
Homes were still burning in El Rodeo late Sunday, and a charred stench hung over the town.
Even some individual success couldn't sweeten the constant stench of losing, though.
Beyond that, there’s a stench emanating from the Cavs’ and NBA’s failure or refusal to make public the injury until after the series.
But the stench that Sánchez referred to comes from a sewage pipe that empties near the Muelle Real.
Police in Macomb, Illinois, were called to Macomb Pet Land on Saturday after receiving a report of a stench coming from the building, which had been closed.
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STENCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stench for English Language Learners
: a very bad smell
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