Associations to the word «Stink»
STINK, verb. (intransitive) To have a strong bad smell.
STINK, verb. (intransitive) (informal) To be greatly inferior; to perform badly.
STINK, verb. (intransitive) To give an impression of dishonesty or untruth.
STINK, verb. (transitive) To cause to stink; to affect by a stink.
STINK, noun. A strong bad smell.
STINK, noun. (informal) A complaint or objection.
STINK, noun. (in plural stinks) (slang) chemistry (as a subject taught in school)
STINK, noun. (slang) (New Zealand) A failure or unfortunate event.
STINK BADGER, noun. Either of the species of mammals in the Mydaus genus, native to Southeast Asia, resembling a badger in appearance, but more closely related to skunks.
STINK BADGERS, noun. Plural of stink badger
STINK BOMB, noun. Alternative form of stinkbomb
STINK BOMBS, noun. Plural of stink bomb
STINK BUG, noun. Alternative spelling of stinkbug
STINK BUGS, noun. Plural of stink bug
STINK CEDAR, noun. The California nutmeg tree (Torreya californica).
STINK CEDAR, noun. A related tree of Florida (Torreya taxifolia).
STINK CEDARS, noun. Plural of stink cedar
STINK EYE, noun. (idiomatic) An unpleasant look (as in a gaze).
STINK FACE, noun. (wrestling) A humiliating wrestling move in which a wrestler rubs his/her exposed buttocks in their opponent's face.
STINK ON ICE, verb. (idiom) (colloquial) To be of very poor quality, even repulsive.
STINK OUT, verb. (transitive) (informal) To cause to stink.
STINK OUT, verb. (transitive) (figurative) (informal) To perform very badly in (a place).
STINK OUT, verb. (transitive) (informal) To drive from a place by a stink.
STINK TO HIGH HEAVEN, verb. To have a very strong and unpleasant smell.
STINK UP, verb. (transitive) (informal) To cause to stink.
STINK UP, verb. (transitive) (figurative) (informal) To perform very badly in (a place).
STINK, noun. A distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant.
STINK, verb. Be extremely bad in quality or in one's performance; "This term paper stinks!".
STINK, verb. Smell badly and offensively; "The building reeks of smoke".
He who speaks without modesty will find it difficult to make his words good.