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Use "inodorous" in a sentence
"A number of these sweatings and plungings having, as he supposed, rendered his person perfectly "inodorous," he resumed his trapping with renovated hope."
"Water, when simple, is insipid, inodorous, colorless, and smooth; it is found, when not cold, to be a great resolver of spasms, and lubricator of the fibres; this power it probably owes to its smoothness."
"This too, when simple, is insipid, inodorous, colorless, and smooth to the touch and taste."