stenchy

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English stenchi (malodorous), equivalent to stench +‎ -y. More at stench, -y.

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stenchy (comparative more stenchy, superlative most stenchy)

  1. Having a stench or foul odour, malodorous.
    • 2003, Suzann Ledbetter, A Lady Never Trifles with Thieves:
      Soon, the incessant wind would dry the stenchy wallow to corduroyed cement.

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