Definition of Odorize

1. Verb. Cause to smell or be smelly.

Exact synonyms: Odourise, Scent
Causes: Smell
Generic synonyms: Cause To Be Perceived
Specialized synonyms: Smell Up, Stink Out, Stink Up, Aromatise, Aromatize, Perfume, Cense, Incense, Thurify
Antonyms: Deodorize, Deodourise
Derivative terms: Odor, Odor, Odor, Odor, Odour, Odour, Scent, Scent, Scent



Definition of Odorize

1. Verb. To add odor ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Odorize

1. to make odorous [v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES] - See also: odorous

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Odorize

odorant
odorants
odorate
odorating
odored
odorful
odoriferous
odoriferously
odoriferousness
odorise
odorised
odoriser
odorisers
odorises
odorising
odorize (current term)
odorized
odorizer
odorizers
odorizes
odorizing
odorless
odorlessness
odorline
odorous
odorously
odorousness
odorousnesses
odors
odortaxis

Literary usage of Odorize

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1. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1884)
"I would ask the committee if they have made any attempts to odorize this gas for domestic purposes ? How are you to know where there is one part of gas to ..."

2. Materia medica and therapeutics: Vegetable Kingdom by Charles Douglas Fergusson Phillips (1874)
"It is very volatile; one drop is sufficient to odorize a whole room. It imparts its properties to water, vinegar, and alcohol; is very easily soluble in ..."

3. From Ohio to the Rocky Mountains: Editorial Correspondence of the Dayton by William Denison Bickham (1879)
"... are choked with a tangled growth of young pines, which odorize the atmosphere with resinous pungency. Lake Morain, in this lofty gorge, ..."

4. Three Seasons in European Vineyards: Treating of Vineculture; Vine Disease by William Joseph Flagg (1869)
"Hussman makes as much as his bouquet matter will odorize. Petiot, taking a collective view of things, assumes the must to contain 99 per cent, ..."

5. The Indigestions ; or, Diseases of the digestive organs functionally treated by Thomas King Chambers (1870)
"There may be too little feces already prepared in the canal to odorize the great mass of liquid ; or the arrest of movement may take place too high in the ..."

6. Trout Lore by Onnie Warren Smith (1917)
"As intimated a moment ago, it was only by dint of much labor that I managed to odorize the pan. Returning disgruntled one morning after some three hours' ..."

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