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used in The 100

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sharp and penetrating — especially of taste and smell
  • The sky erupted with color, and the pungent air stimulated sensors in her brain Clarke had never realized existed.
    p. 95.4
  • The flap flew open, flooding the tent with light and cool, pungent air, and Bellamy tumbled in.
    p. 130.4
  • The world around them faded away as Earth became nothing more than a swirl of pungent scents and damp air that made him press himself closer to her.
    p. 265.6

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