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acrid: pungent, bitter, food can acquire this quality when cooked over a wood fire.
Ambrosial - divine, sweet smelling, fragrant, aromatic.
Anosmic - odorless, no smell at all.
balmy: having the pleasing fragrance of aromatic balm, mild, pleasant, gentle, soft and not pungent at all.
Foul - unclean, dirty, stinking, rank, tainted, soiled, fetid, polluted - it does not smell clean and fresh.
Fetid - rotten, putrid, foul, rank, squalid, fusty, stinking, smelling, the moldy, decaying smell of decomposing food - it does not smell fresh
Fulsome - generous to excess, excessive, over the board - not mild and bland.
Gamy - having the distinctive fragrance of game, either the tangy smell that reminds of grass, forest and wild aromatic herbs in fresh game, or the rich, wet, slightly rank and stale smell in "ripe" game as it is usually held until it is slightly decomposed.
gamy: having the distinctive fragrance of game, either the tangy smell that reminds of grass, forest and wild aromatic herbs in fresh game, or the rich, wet, slightly rank and stale smell in "ripe" game as it is usually held until it is slightly decomposed.
Heady - strongly aromatic, pungent, rich, intoxicating, spicy, piquant - not a mild smell.
stuffy : oppressive, stifling, hot, the aroma goes to your head - probably no fresh.
Malodorous - scented, aromatic, redolent, fragrant, stinking.
Muscadine - something with the sweet aroma of this type of grape.
Odoriferous - it has a strong smell.
corky: smelling like cork.
pungent: it has a strong aroma, it is spicy, hot, heady, overpowering, maybe sharp or bitter, but certainly not bland. It could be forceful, biting, cutting, maybe caustic or slightly acetic, but certainly not mild.
Putrescent - fetid, a rotting smell, putrid, certainly smelly, stinking and worse. Nothing further from smelling sweet or a pleasant aroma.
Rancid - the stale smell of something past its sell by date, rank, off, sour, rotten - not fresh at all.
Rank - a pungent aroma leaning to the bad side, fetid, smelly, foul, stale, rancid - not soft, balmy and fresh.
Redolent - malodorous, stinking, fragrant, aromatic on the shady side but not unscented or odorless.
Savory - if the food is described as having a savory aroma the smell can be either spicy, pungent, flavorsome, and aromatic, salty but not sweet, or pleasant, nice, wholesome.
Putrid - fetid.
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