Since we are so busy smelling
objects around us, we end up sniffing, and describing, people as well.
Most of the time we think we aren't smelling
anything at all; we are, but not consciously.
In essence, it asks what larger sensory and cultural patterns or tropes might emerge in Faulkner's fiction if we pivot from the established study of scent as symbolic noun to a new examination of smelling
as an active verb.
The interpretation of that is dependent on whether the person smelling
has had experience in being able to detect and identify these changes.
London was named the worst smelling
city in the country where people said car fumes, overflowing bins and public toilets.
WOMEN are better at smelling
body odour than men, a survey has revealed.
4 : to sense as if by smelling
<I smell trouble.
IS BELIEVING Smells from Beijing's Tiananmen Square during the 1989 massacre and from the bombing of Hiroshima feature in the If There Ever Was exhibition at the Reg vardy Gallery in Sunderland.
They provide the fresh, zesty, clean smelling
odours needed for washing powders.
It would be acceptable smelling
it in the house but it shouldn't be a perfume.
in East Newhall where residents reported smelling
natural gas, said Capt.
When counteractants are in use, instead of only smelling
the unpleasant odor, people are exposed to two different compounds: the malodor and the chemical matched with it that changes how their noses sense it.
Participants were unaware what they were smelling
until after the experiment.
Forty athletes performed a series of physical tasks under two conditions--without smelling
peppermint odor and while smelling
Sinks in and leaves you smelling
faintly like Sprite.