Translation for 'noisome' from English to Russian
ADJ   noisome | more noisome | most noisome
SYNO fetid | foetid | foul | ...
зловонный {adj} noisome [liter.] [having an extremely offensive smell]
1 translation
To translate another word just start typing!

Translation for 'noisome' from English to Russian

noisome [liter.] [having an extremely offensive smell]
зловонный {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • It is on the City fringes, and much industry that was seen as too noisome for the City was once exiled to such areas as this.
  • The Fort Greene chapter of the DAR was formed in 1896 in Brooklyn to foster the construction of a "suitable memorial to the memory of martyrs, civilian, military and naval, who perished in the noisome prison ships anchored in the Wallabout Bay during the Revolutionary War".
  • In 1587 Sir William Fisher the elder who lived either in Rose Bank or The Old Cottage next door complained of the noisy and noisome "hoggiscote and hennesroust" placed against his wall by Ralph Boyfield.
  • A reviewer in "The Independent" commented: 'Cockayne draws us into a world where snickleways (narrow, often noisome passages) might be contaminated by fallen axunge (pig fat used to grease axles) or the overflow from a "house of easement"'.
  • by which time he had moved out of noisome central London across the river Thames to the then rural area of Battersea Fields.

  • Prior to establishing the fellmongery at Cleveland, Alford had been refused a fellmongery permit by the Bulimba Divisional Board due to its by-laws regarding "noisome and offensive trades".
  • For this reason, he began devoting himself to the occult and magic with the sole aim to grow into Leo's worst adversary and noisome disturber to fascinate and lead astray with any sort of wizardries his occasional spectators in order to acquire easily compliant followers.
  • Days immediately preceding and following the holy days are particularly noisome and cost hundreds of thousands of man-hours because of traffic jams.
  • When it was first built in 1796, Kilmainham Gaol was called the "New Gaol" to distinguish it from the old prison it was intended to replace – a noisome dungeon, just a few hundred metres from the present site.
© Russian-English dictionary 2024
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
Links to this dictionary or to individual translations are very welcome!