Would you have famine bite me with its jaws which are gaping in front of me, blacker, deeper, and more noisome
than a Tartarus or the nose of a monk?
The doctor and valet lifted the cloak with which he was covered and, making wry faces at the noisome
smell of mortifying flesh that came from the wound, began examining that dreadful place.
The streams of filth flow down through the ages in literature, which sometimes seems little better than an open sewer, and, as I have said, I do not see why the time should not come when the noxious and noisome
channels should be stopped; but the base of the mind is bestial, and so far the beast in us has insisted upon having his full say.
As it was, miserably and helplessly, not half himself, a puppet dreamer in a half-nightmare, he knew, as a restless sleeper awakening between vexing dreams, that he was being transported head-downward out of the canoe house that stank of death, through the village that was only less noisome
, and up a path under lofty, wide-spreading trees that were beginning languidly to stir with the first breathings of the morning wind.
Alleyne, wretchedly ill and weak, with his head still ringing from the blow which he had received, crawled up upon deck, Water-swept and aslant, it was preferable to the noisome
, rat-haunted dungeons which served as cabins.
But seared deepest of all in Bassett's brain, was the dank and noisome
Her successor and distant cousin, James of Scotland (James I of England), was a bigoted pedant, and under his rule the perennial Court corruption, striking in, became foul and noisome
Soon, however, this chaos of thoughts and passions cleared away, giving place to two distinct emotions: joy unspeakable that my adored Helen was all I wished to think her - that through the noisome
vapours of the world's aspersions and my own fancied convictions, her character shone bright, and clear, and stainless as that sun I could not bear to look on; and shame and deep remorse for my own conduct.
It is no pleasant picture I can conjure up of myself, Humphrey Van Weyden, in that noisome
ship's galley, crouched in a corner over my task, my face raised to the face of the creature about to strike me, my lips lifted and snarling like a dog's, my eyes gleaming with fear and helplessness and the courage that comes of fear and helplessness.
His blind and aged father and his gentle sister lay in a noisome
dungeon while he enjoyed the free air and the society of her whom he loved.
Do men and women, against whom no crime is proved, lie here all night in perfect darkness, surrounded by the noisome
vapours which encircle that flagging lamp you light us with, and breathing this filthy and offensive stench
The girl's life had been squandered in the streets, and among the most noisome
of the stews and dens of London, but there was something of the woman's original nature left in her still; and when she heard a light step approaching the door opposite to that by which she had entered, and thought of the wide contrast which the small room would in another moment contain, she felt burdened with the sense of her own deep shame, and shrunk as though she could scarcely bear the presence of her with whom she had sought this interview.
att First to those thatt are nott accustomed, and I thincke unwholsome att last, though commodious and proffitable otherwise, For by thatt Meanes a little woode will suffice to Make Fire to  warme a great Company, all perticipating alike, one Not hindering the other.
All that queuing for toilets that are as noisome
Trouble is, well-meaning idiots will throw food to these noisome