O"dor (?), n. [OE. odor, odour, OF. odor, odour, F. odeur, fr. L. odor; akin to olere to smell, Gr. , Lith. Cf. Olfactory, Osmium, Ozone, Redolent.] [Written also odour.]

Any smell, whether fragrant or offensive; scent; perfume.

Meseemed I smelt a garden of sweet flowers, That dainty odors from them threw around. Spenser.

To be in bad odor, to be out of favor, or in bad repute.

 

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