pungent in Greek
The air was hot with acrid odors, pungent and brutishly intoxicating. The perfumes from the explosions were penetrating to the brain through the mouth, the eyes and the ears.
The old man felt an extreme sensation of heat. The pungent perfume of explosive drugs brought the tears to his eyes and clawed at his throat.
The pungent odor of spices and condiments.
The fire smouldered, making its pungent smoke.
The pungent spices in the jar and the lavender sand in the goblet came spilling out, but neither vessel emptied.
The pungent smoke also went unnoticed; their noses had been deadened by the colossal stench of the burning oil.
There was a strong smell of heavy damp earth and pungent blooms.
The smell of dirt and sod filled me air, rich and pungent.
The camel stretched out its neck and roared as there came down wind the pungent reek of camels in the square.
A pungent, salty odor wafted from the kitchen.