Etymology
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odorous (adj.)

"fragrant, emitting a smell or scent," early 15c., from Medieval Latin odorosus, from Latin odorus "having a smell," from odor "a smell, a scent" (see odor). Related: Odorously; odorousness.

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Definitions of odorous

odorous (adj.)
having odor or a characteristic odor;
odorous jasmine flowers
odorous garbage
fresh odorous bread
odorous (adj.)
emitting an odor;
odorous salt pork and weevily hardtack
Synonyms: odoriferous
odorous (adj.)
having a natural fragrance;
the odorous air of the orchard
Synonyms: odoriferous / perfumed / scented / sweet / sweet-scented / sweet-smelling
From wordnet.princeton.edu