strong-smelling


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Synonyms for strong-smelling

having a strong odor

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Formaldehyde is a colorless, flammable, strong-smelling chemical that is widely used to make resins for household items, such as composite wood products, paper product coatings, plastics, synthetic fibers, and textile finishes.
At room temperature, the strong-smelling chemical gradually changes from a solid to a gas.
Pace worked at the lab for only a year, but he soon developed lung problems and found he was extremely sensitive to strong-smelling chemicals and perfumes.
Plant strong-smelling herbs next to them, which will confuse their pests, surround them with French beans and keep them protected from birds and slugs while the plants are young.
They've even avoided all-natural citrus oil cleaners--popular with most greens, but too strong-smelling for some people.
After years of trials, scientists at Rentokil Pest Control have developed a range of strong-smelling lures to entice pests who have learned to steer clear of traditional poisonous baits.
With an adult's help, get some strong-smelling scents, such as garlic juice, almond extract, or the oil from an orange peel.
A real adventurous palate might be able to conquer a plate of quite strong-smelling kang hoh ($5.