I ADORE THE SMELL OF:

TO HEAR, TO TOUCH, TO SEE, TO TASTE, TO SMELL:

Yesterday I was talking about the sense of smell and my eyes lit up when a client talked about the smell of freshly brewing coffee.  This is one of the smells I adore the most.  I also like the smell of cut grass,  toast, and orange marmalade.

What are your favourite smells? Perfume, flowers, chocolate…?

The word smell is used in a lot of British Idioms and expressions, for example:

  1. smell fishy:  means to seem suspicious.   This new contract smells fishy
  2. smell to high heaven: means to smell very bad.  That chicken farm smells to high heaven.

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