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  • noun Something that emits a very bad smell; that which reeks.


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  • I mean, why bother with a sequel to a reeker like that?

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  • You reeker, he stands pat for you before a direct object in the feminine.

    Finnegans Wake

  • He'd gotten a new reeker in the other day, an Intelli-sense 5400 olfactory presence generator, guaranteed accurate to within 500 PPM, and he wanted to try it out.

    State Of War

  • The new reeker was a little slimmer than the one he had, a brushed-aluminum finish with tiny air intakes and little nozzles where the chem was mixed to make smells.

    State Of War

  • So try a new reeker, which rolled him right into Plan.

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  • A few seconds later, the drivers for the new reeker loaded, and he was ready to calibrate.

    State Of War


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