pungent

All Adjective Noun
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  • They are usually very small and pungent, growing long and in diameter.
  • I am afraid the exclamation might have been even of a more pungent character. Cited from Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character, by Edward Bannerman Ramsay
  • She had never before known a man like him, a personality so pungent, so dynamic. Cited from The Big-Town Round-Up, by William MacLeod Raine
  • But because in the dark about her a fresh, pungent smell was growing. Cited from Legacy, by James H Schmitz
  • If the number in a house is large a pungent sweet odor may be described.
  • When he spoke, his words were brief and pungent. Cited from Renaissance in Italy, Vol. 3, by John Addington Symonds
  • This is repeated several times till the pungent taste is gone.
  • The still air was already becoming heavy with the pungent smoke of his torches. Cited from A Maid of the Silver Sea, by John Oxenham
  • Smoke before the men, thick, pungent, told a tale to which they were used. Cited from The Long Roll, by Mary Johnston
  • But at the same time to revile his own wealth gave him a pungent sense of playing the artist. Cited from Sir George Tressady, Vol. I, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • But nobody knows me as the party who's so pungent. Cited from The Wit and Humor of America, Vol. I (of X), ed. by Marshall P. Wilder
  • The rain had released all the pungent aromas of the mountain woods through which we passed. Cited from No Hero, by E.W. Hornung
  • It often gives a more pungent and romantic testimony than could otherwise be secured. Cited from The Minister and the Boy, by Allan Hoben
  • Suzette's pungent perfume was no doubt still present to one coming from outside! Cited from Man and Maid, by Elinor Glyn
  • The kelp-making, however, was but a memory now, though a pungent one. Cited from Major Vigoureux, by A. T. Quiller-Couch
  • The fish is of low commercial value, giving off a pungent stench.
  • He laid his strong, pungent cigar in a conspicuous place, put on his hat and went out. Cited from The Lady with the Dog and Other Stories, by Anton Chekhov
  • From the soft ground into which her feet sank there came the warm pungent smell of the new growth. Cited from Windy McPherson's Son, by Sherwood Anderson
  • How pungent was his address to the Jewish nation, and how applicable to such characters in the present age! Cited from Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. I, by F. A. Cox
  • Our sergeant, after a few very pungent remarks, commanded the section to move to one hundred yards. Cited from Private Peat, by Harold R. Peat
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