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Oxford dictionary definition of the word odour:
1a distinctive smell, especially an unpleasant one:
the odour of cigarette smoke
2a lingering quality or impression attaching to something:
an odour of suspicion
[mass noun, with adjective] the state of being held in a specified regard:
a decade of bad odour between Britain and the European Community
be in good (or bad) odour with
informal be in (or out of) favour with (someone):
I want him in good odour again with his king
odour of sanctity
a sweet odour reputedly emitted by the bodies of saints at or near death.
a state of holiness.
Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French, from Latin odor ‘smell, scent’