In all copious amounts of alcohol are consumed and the pungent smell of marijuana wafts through the air.
The next thing was a pungent smell of burning plastic.
The frescoes show his racy handling of narrative and his pungent characterization.
The Duke of Norfolk, in the next row, offered pungent comments about one or two of them.
Mencken was a controversial satirical journalist and pungent critic of American life.
Bambooque's criticism is sharp and pungent , but without being limited to the leader.
The air possessed a pungent , acrid smell because the cigarette had burned through a filter stub in the overflowing ashtray.
It's still warm and the pungent , cloying, smell of incinerated tree still fills the air, 36 hours on.
Stepping out of the wooden portals, your nostrils are assailed by the pungent smell of leaf-wrapped dosai.
He was a pungent , if inevitably covert, critic of Nazism, a discerning analyst of the ills of our age and our best hope of a cure for them.