Odour Quotes

Collection of top 13 famous quotes about Odour

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Odour Quotes By Friedrich Nietzsche: Books for the masses are always bad-smelling books: Books for the masses are always bad-smelling books: the odour of little people cling to them. Friedrich Nietzsche
Odour Quotes By Umberto Eco: A complicit mustiness hung in the air, the A complicit mustiness hung in the air, the odour of silence and calm. Umberto Eco
Odour Quotes By C.S. Boag: There's not much room left in a cabriolet There's not much room left in a cabriolet after you've factored in two hoods, the armoury, a suitcase, the victim and the body odourC.S. Boag
Odour Quotes By Mokokoma Mokhonoana: Faeces by any other name would smell as Faeces by any other name would smell as gross — Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Odour Quotes By Gene Stratton-Porter: We know by the odour that occasionally we We know by the odour that occasionally we are visited by skunks, which are not poetic but very beautiful. — Gene Stratton-Porter
Odour Quotes By Andrew Barrett: The Troll was well over seven feet tall, The Troll was well over seven feet tall, and smelled of body odour and Germolene. — Andrew Barrett
Odour Quotes By Kathleen Tessaro: It could be argued that all perfume is It could be argued that all perfume is born out of shame; a self-consciousness of our natural odour. — Kathleen Tessaro
Odour Quotes By William Shakespeare: The rose looks fair, but fairer we it The rose looks fair, but fairer we it deem
For that sweet odour which doth in it live. — William Shakespeare
Odour Quotes By H.G.Wells: An unpleasant odour would not be objected to, An unpleasant odour would not be objected to, it is not objected to now in many continental hotels. — H.G.Wells
Odour Quotes By Jerry Toner: Ambition is the intellectual equivalent of body odour. Ambition is the intellectual equivalent of body odour. — Jerry Toner
Odour Quotes By Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley: And the violet lay dead while the odour And the violet lay dead while the odour flew On the wings of the wind o'er the waters blue. — Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley