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Synonyms for reek

be redolent of

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  • be redolent of
  • suggest
  • smack of
  • testify to
  • be characterized by
  • have all the hallmarks of
  • bear the stamp of
  • be permeated by
  • be suggestive or indicative of

Synonyms for reek

to have or give off a foul odor

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Synonyms for reek

have an element suggestive (of something)

smell badly and offensively

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be wet with sweat or blood, as of one's face

give off smoke, fumes, warm vapour, steam, etc.

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Patna (Bihar) [Inda], August 17 ( ANI ): Leaders of Janata Dal-(United) on Thursday said that Sharad Yadav's 'Sanjhi Virasat Bachao' programme reeks of hypocrisy.
Northfield also had a very tight win when Reeks, from two games down, recovered to beat Trevor Teasdale 12-10 in both the fourth and fifth games.
Reeks was born April 29, 1938 in Worcester, daughter of the late Charles and Anna (Abraham) Scobie and had been a resident of Worcester before moving to Whitinsville 34 years ago.
This sensational picture of Liverpool Customs House's Strand entrance portico, disgracefully demolished in 1948, reeks of old Liverpool, as lamented in Anthony Quinn's debut novel, The Rescue Man, see feature, Pages 18-19.
T'sats se kind is die vierde roman in 'n reeks oor die Boesmans (soos Kotze ha die groep verwys) en die destydse Kalahari.
Hence the tricky riff of Mercenary recalls Rush, guitar boogie Gun rides ZZ Top's time-honoured Tush riff, and soundalike Strike reeks of AC/DC.
Diesel has always been about four to five pence dearer, but recently this has gone silly, and reeks of profiteering.
They definitely went to destroy them," Reeks said told Newsday.
Carter presents a premise and thesis that reeks of vacuity, while presenting ostensibly specious arguments that obfuscate both fact and truth.
It reeks of class warfare and implies that only rich people earn dividends.
He's clearly the man to blame if you think this all reeks of stale Hollywood cheese.
A belated attempt at an apology reeks of arrogance.
Also, the article reeks of excessive anthropomorphism.
While most period r&b reeks of hurt and loss, Swann's voice is unexpectedly optimistic, and honeyed, genre-busting covers of country tunes ``Stand by Your Man,'' ``Today I Started Loving You Again'' and ``Just Because You Can't Be Mine'' make seamless sense next to the gritty ``Don't You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me?
Unfortunately, it has been handicapped by a name that absolutely reeks of dullness.