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The bricklayer came and pulled up a great many bricks, but found nothing amiss; so he put down some lime and charged the master five shillings, and the smell in my box was as bad as ever.
Veil them, cover them, wall them round-- Blossom, and creeper, and weed-- Let us forget the sight and the sound, The smell and the touch of the breed!
I can't smell anything else, except stale tobacco smoke," he announced.
Are you really not aware of the smell there is in the room?
Smell on, ye vultures, company by company, smell on
Scent of smoke in the evening, Smell of rain in the night, The hours, the days and the seasons Order their souls aright; Till I make plain the meaning Of all my thousand years Till I fill their hearts with knowledge, While I fill their eyes with tears.
The standards to be roses; juniper; holly; berberries (but here and there, because of the smell of their blossoms); red currants; gooseberries; rosemary; bays; sweetbriar; and such like.
They smell inodorously--they do not wash--they dare not
If the king covets a man's cattle, or a man's wife, or if he fears a man that he should excite a rebellion against him, then Gagool, whom ye saw, or some of the witch-finding women whom she has taught, will smell that man out as a wizard, and he will be killed.
The whole courtyard was permeated by a strong peaceful smell of stable yards, delightful to Pierre at that moment.
The contents of the flask were boiling furiously, while a villainous smell filled the room.
Jerry knew this, as did his father and mother and brother, for they had smelled the unmistakable burnt-meat smell, and Terrence, in his rage of knowledge, had even attacked Mogom the house-boy, and been reprimanded and cuffed by Mister Haggin, who had not smelled and did not understand, and who had always to impress discipline on all creatures under his roof-tree.
And while he talked on, holding Daughtry's eyes, a smell of roast meat began to pervade the air.
Now, would you kindly step over to that flap-window and smell the edge of the wood-work?
The smell of opium was in the room, as well as the smell of spirits.