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pungent
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War and Peace
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  • It was a little different, more pungent, and one felt that this was where it originated.
  • He walked along the meadow, dragging his feet, rustling the grass, and gazing at the dust that covered his boots; now he took big strides trying to keep to the footprints left on the meadow by the mowers, then he counted his steps, calculating how often he must walk from one strip to another to walk a mile, then he stripped the flowers from the wormwood that grew along a boundary rut, rubbed them in his palms, and smelled their pungent, sweetly bitter scent.

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  • Today there’s something else, though: the smell of smoke and something earthier, more pungent.
    Lauren Oliver  --  Before I Fall
  • He showed up at the bar nearly every day with a pungent Hardee’s bag, complaining about his budget until he was offered a first drink on the house.
    Gillian Flynn  --  Gone Girl

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