That was a sheet that Jean had colored herself with a reeking marker.
In their reeking shantytown, “children were useless, worth less than scrap metal.”
The company recently installed a shower at the facility so staff don’t have to go home reeking of garlic.
The reeking flesh mass was silent for a moment before twisting and stretching its upper, frontal skin lumps into a new configuration.
He comes home with green fistfuls of tourist cash, reeking of Fireball and Pine Sol.
Blake Robbins sidled up next to Dom, reeking of whiskey, and threw his arm around Dom’s shoulder.
Finally, they sent it down to the Linotype—the old racketing, reeking contraption for setting type from molten lead.
You may have once struggled with dry or greasy breads reeking of burned or raw garlic, but it's time to put that behind you.
It’s Henry Adams running into “a furtive Yacob or Ysaac still reeking of the ghetto, snarling a weird” language, right on Boston Common.
The next, he'd have disappeared only to resurface days later with a black eye or broken nose, missing his phone, still reeking of booze.
Reeking packets of mossy green buds—Girl Scout Cookies, KoolAid Kush, Power Cheese—sit alongside cabinets of chocolates and chilled drinks.
A reeking white mist which closed schools and cancelled flights in Singapore and Malaysia has spread as far as Thailand and the Philippines.
A life so pampered, while enviable and thrilling, was also morally suspect, reeking of bourgeois individualism and other Western frivolities, such as democracy.
Heavily patronised by expats, this covered market is clean and dry, so there’s no chance of tripping on slippery floors or of coming away with your clothes reeking of fish.
When the likes of Sandra Bullock and Julia Roberts are not off gallivanting on a luxury vacation, they can be found tottering around Beverly Hills, reeking of the stables and pursued by horse rustlers.
At those moments when Gyasi’s prose is summoned to intense specificity, it smears into cliché: “On the nights when he would slink in through the back door, coming down from a high, reeking to high Heaven.”
While Connell at first hides his sexual relationship with Marianne from friends (Marianne’s pitiful acquiescence reeking of deep damage), the tables turn as he struggles and she thrives at Trinity College Dublin.
Reznicek’s supporters packed the pews: a Zen Buddhist, several Vietnam vets reeking of cigarettes, a few members of “100 Grannies Uniting for a Livable Future” and a contingent of eco-activists who had traded their grunge-wear for dresses and suits.
The prisoner followed his guide, who led him into a room almost under ground, whose bare and reeking walls seemed as though impregnated with tears; a lamp placed on a stool illumined the apartment faintly, and showed Dantès the features of his conductor, an under-jailer, ill-clothed, and of sullen appearance.
When Hitchens’s prose hits an off note, it often includes the visceral or the pseudo-visceral, whether in a paean to oral sex for Vanity Fair (“I was at once bewitched and slain by the warm, moist cave of her mouth”) or in commentaries on current affairs: “reeking fumes of the suicide-murderers,” “the stench of common bribery, pungently reeking of crude oil.”
- wet with secreted or exuded moisture such as sweat or tears
Example: wiped his reeking neck
- giving off a strong unpleasant smell
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When Hitchenss prose hits an off note it often includes the visceral or the pseudo-visceral whether in a paean to oral sex for Vanity Fair I was at once bewitched and slain by the warm moist cave of her mouth or in commentaries on current affairs reeking fumes of the suicide-murderers the stench of common bribery pungently reeking of crude oil