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A very unpleasant smell.‘in most cases, the malodour is obvious to the sufferer’
smell, scent, aroma, perfume, fragrance, bouquet, savour, nose, tang, essence, redolenceView synonyms
- ‘This fragrance was specially formulated to neutralize malodors, that commonly plague our pets.’
- ‘Can we observe differences in our psychophysiological response to malodours and pleasant smells?’
- ‘If someone smells bad, you'll have to decide whether he can control his malodour.’
- ‘Good oral hygiene can prevent periodontal disease and oral malodour (halitosis).’
- ‘If the malodour is due to systemic diseases like pharyngitis or bronchitis the concerned specialist should treat it.’
- ‘The most common cause of oral malodour is anaerobic bacteria and fungi as the major contributors.’
- ‘It can be sprayed directly onto a surface for extreme malodors, or diluted with water and sprayed.’
- ‘We can detect malodours if we smell dental floss or woodsticks that have been used to clean between our teeth.’
- ‘This gas may give rise to malodour, although it is not considered harmful in the concentrations being released.’
- ‘It is therefore imperative that the procedures for the abatement of malodours are very effective.’
- ‘This penetrating vapor controls and eliminates malodors from smoke, humidity, food and biological odors.’
- ‘Especially effective in rest rooms, garbage cans, dumpsters, anywhere malodors are a problem.’
- ‘Oral malodour (foetor oris) predominantly originates from the tongue coating, gingival crevice, and periodontal pockets.’
- ‘This one carton of refills is all you need to control malodors and fragrance a room with clean fresh scents.’
- ‘Patients’ persistent complaints about malodour are often ignored by dental clinicians.’
- ‘He looked scared to death, and his breath gave off an unknown malodor.’
- ‘With proper monitoring, care and attention, malodours will quickly become a thing of the past.’
- ‘Obvious malodour is not perceived by others although the patient stubbornly complains of its existence.’
- ‘Dentures are another important cause of oral malodour, particularly if they are worn overnight.’
- ‘The larger sample size was used if the level of malodor observed in the headspace of the sample was low.’
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