Meaning of smellable in English:



See smell

‘Most of what is commonly called the sense of taste is in fact the sense of smell, whether applied to wine, or any food or drink, since by chewing we transform our food into liquid which gives off smellable vapour.’
  • ‘The purpose of a smellable toy is to further the pets interest in playing with the toy.’
  • ‘The mama bear checked every part of our camping ground part by a part and searched any smellable things there were.’
  • ‘Hang all food, garbage, and smellable items in secure bear bags.’
  • ‘Mammals also use pheromone musks to mark out their territories and routes (since pheromones are just as smellable in the dark).’