Antonyms for noisomeness

Grammar : Noun
Spell : noi-suhm
Phonetic Transcription : ˈnɔɪ səm

Definition of noisomeness

Origin :
  • late 14c., "harmful, noxious," from noye "harm, misfortune," shortened form of anoi "annoyance" (from Old French anoier, see annoy) + -some (1). Meaning "bad-smelling" first recorded 1570s. Related: Noisomeness.
  • As in stench : noun foul odor
  • As in stink : noun bad smell
Example sentences :
  • I will not try to describe the noisomeness of that reeking hole.
  • Extract from : « The Jessica Letters: An Editor's Romance » by Paul Elmer More
  • We were all so famished that we took no heed of the noisomeness of the ration.
  • Extract from : « Sixteen Months in Four German Prisons » by Henry Charles Mahoney
  • The chance visitor has sometimes to rush to the outer air, deadly sick and faint at even a breath of this noisomeness.
  • Extract from : « Prisoners of Poverty » by Helen Campbell
  • What was in his heart, why he had subjected himself to the noisomeness of failing flesh, Peter had not the faintest idea.
  • Extract from : « Birthright » by T.S. Stribling

Synonyms for noisomeness

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