that smells foul; foul-smelling.
Slang. very drunk; plastered.
Slang. very rich:
His father left him so much money he’s stinking.
a stinking shame.
completely or extremely:
verb (used without object), stank or, often stunk; stunk; stinking.
to emit a strong offensive smell.
to be offensive to honesty or propriety; to be in extremely bad repute or disfavor.
Informal. to be disgustingly inferior:
That book stinks.
Slang. to have a large quantity of something (usually followed by of or with):
They stink of money. She stinks with jewelry.
verb (used with object), stank or, often stunk; stunk; stinking.
to cause to stink or be otherwise offensive (often followed by up):
an amateurish performance that really stank up the stage.
a strong offensive smell; stench.
Informal. an unpleasant fuss; scandal:
There was a big stink about his accepting a bribe.
stinks, (used with a singular verb) British Slang. chemistry as a course of study.
stink out, to repel or drive out by means of a highly offensive smell.
having a foul smell
(informal) unpleasant or disgusting
(postpositive) (slang) very drunk
(informal) (intensifier, expressing contempt for the person referred to): stinking rich
a strong foul smell; stench
(slang) a great deal of trouble (esp in the phrase to make or raise a stink)
like stink, intensely; furiously
verb (mainly intransitive) stinks, stinking, stank, stunk, stunk
to emit a foul smell
(slang) to be thoroughly bad or abhorrent: this town stinks
(informal) to have a very bad reputation: his name stinks
to be of poor quality
(slang) foll by of or with. to have or appear to have an excessive amount (of money)
(informal) (transitive) usually foll by up. to cause to stink
noun 1. hoptree.
- Stinking badger
noun 1. another name for teledu
noun 1. an evergreen tree, Torreya taxifolia, of the yew family, native to Florida, having rank-smelling foliage and dark-green, egg-shaped fruit.
noun 1. mayweed.