The source of today's word, olid, along with redolent and olfactory, is the Latin olere, "to give off a smell."
Something olid has a terrible smell, or is so unpleasant that it's as if it has a terrible smell.
"They in some intimate, cruel game engaged—horrid, olid, and medieval."
Explain the meaning of "olid" without saying "putrid" or "deeply gross."
Fill in the blanks: "_____ turned into an olid nightmare of _____."
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1. A near opposite of OLID is
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