Meaning of Smelly: having a strong or unpleasant smell.
Comparative and Superlative Degree of Smelly
The comparative degree of Smelly is the smellier, superlative degree of Smelly is smelliest.
Examples Using Positive Degree Of Smelly:
- The smelly garbage filled the entire room.
- I could smell the smelly cheese from afar.
- The old socks in my gym bag were smelly.
- The smelly fish market had a strong odor.
- My neighbor’s dog rolled in something smelly.
- The smelly sewer pipe needed to be repaired.
- The smelly gym locker needed a good cleaning.
- The bathroom had a smelly toilet that needed fixing.
- The kitchen trash was overflowing and smelly.
- The smelly socks were left lying on the floor.
Example Using Comparative Degree Of Smelly:
- The garbage was smellier than I expected.
- His shoes were smellier than mine after the hike.
- The dumpster behind the restaurant was even smellier.
- The locker room was smellier than usual after the game.
- The cheese in the fridge was smellier than before.
- The bathroom was smellier after someone used it.
- The garbage truck was much smellier than usual.
- The socks in the laundry hamper were smellier.
- The compost bin in the backyard was getting smellier.
- The kitchen was becoming smellier as the garbage piled up.
Example Using Superlative Degree Of Smelly:
- That was the smelliest garbage I’ve ever encountered.
- The gym locker room was the smelliest place in town.
- The dumpster behind the restaurant was the smelliest spot.
- The bathroom at the gas station was the smelliest I’ve seen.
- The socks in the hamper were the smelliest in the house.
- The garbage can in the summer heat was the smelliest.
- The fish market on a hot day was the smelliest place.
- The gym bag after a week of use was the smelliest.
- The old cheese left in the fridge was the smelliest.
- The sewer pipe leak was the smelliest problem to solve.
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Last updated on June 13th, 2023 at 08:02 am