01. Something [smells] delicious. I wonder what's for supper.
02. Because of their excellent sense of [smell], dogs are often used in airports to look for things such as illegal drugs, or bombs.
03. The garbage [smells]. Someone needs to take it out.
04. You [smell] sweaty. Have you taken a shower yet today?
05. An elephant can [smell] water up to three miles away.
06. There's a bad [smell] in the fridge. I think something's gone bad.
07. My feet get really [smelly] when I wear these shoes for a few days.
08. There is a [smell] of gas in the kitchen. I'm afraid the stove is leaking.
09. Long after leaving the coast, she still longed for the [smell] of the ocean.
10. The [smell] of perfume can be quite a problem for people with allergies.
11. The grizzly bear's amazing sense of [smell] makes up for its poor eyesight.
12. There was an awful [smell] of cat waste in the old woman's house.
13. You [smell] awful! You'd better take a shower before we go out.
14. When he took off his shoes, his [smelly] feet stunk up the room.
15. I've always loved the [smell] of freshly baked bread.
16. Our rose plant bloomed last week, and the flowers [smell] wonderful.
17. She had the [smell] of alcohol and cigarettes on her breath, and I didn't really feel like kissing her.
18. The garlic on his breath was so strong that one could [smell] it from a couple of feet away.
19. Certain [smells] are said to have a calming effect on the mind.
20. Studies show that one-fourth of the people who lose their sense of [smell] also lose their desire for sexual relations.
21. We could [smell] the odor of marijuana when we entered the nightclub.
22. He dumped the milk down the drain because it [smelled] a bit old.
23. The [smell] of barbecued salmon drifted into our yard from our neighbor's.
24. The [smell] of the many spices grown on the island of Grenada drifts through the marketplace.
25. There is a bad [smell] of rotting seaweed on the beach when the tide is low.
26. She joked that the fragrance she wore to attract her husband [smelled] of a new car interior.
27. If you don't wash your hockey gear, it will [smell] really bad tomorrow.
28. She gave me a great back rub with some really nice-[smelling] massage oil.
29. Her grandfather smoked a pipe, and the whole house [smelled] of it.
30. Babies have the strongest sense of [smell], enabling them to recognize their mothers by scent.
31. The garbage is beginning to [smell] pretty bad; I'm going to take it out right away.
32. The peach is a member of the rose family, and has a sweet [smell] when ripe.
33. Nigel, can you please take the rubbish out? It's starting to [smell].
34. We should take the rugs to the cleaners; they [smell] pretty dusty.
35. The garden was filled with the [smell] of flowers of all different kinds.
36. The kiwi of New Zealand is the world's only bird which has a sense of [smell].
37. The bear sniffed the air; it could [smell] salmon cooking on a barbecue not too far away.
38. The ocean spray [smelled] of salt and seaweed.
39. Flowers with a strong [smell] make me sneeze.
40. An apple, onion, and potato all have the same taste; the differences in flavor are caused by their [smell].
41. I really like the taste of garlic in food, but I don't like the [smell] of it on someone's breath.
42. A Danish proverb notes that fish and guests [smell] at three days old.
43. An Iranian proverb states, "The world is a rose; [smell] it and pass it on to your friends."
44. Princess Diana once remarked, "Everywhere I go, I [smell] fresh paint."
45. Edward Thomas once remarked that the past is the only dead thing that [smells] sweet.

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