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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnoisomenoi‧some /ˈnɔɪsəm/ adjective literary  UNPLEASANTvery unpleasant noisome smells
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noisomeIt was not, of course, merely the noisome aspect which needed to be dealt with.Quiet, primate and completely secret except for the noisome cologne signal that thrilled the rabbits before it confused them.noisome slumsThe distant workers who supported this wealth lived in noisome slums.Out of this noisome soil grew some of the funerary customs of the upper classes, which today strike us as so exaggerated.
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