The acrid smell of burning wood reminds me of my childhood.
About two -thirds of the time, they also squirted out acrid - smelling haemolymph from seams in the connective tissue of their legs and from just behind the head.
Aviation officials say hundreds of thousands of people have left Moscow in the last several days due to the acrid smoke and smog that has enveloped the region.
As for the coffee oil - the result of olives and coffee beans being pressed together by the Spanish olive oil producer Vea - again it is pungent, almost acrid.
The idea is that every odor molecule that enters our nose has a specific shape that fits a specific receptor — like a key fits a lock — allowing us to detect, say, the acrid aroma of burnt coffee.
She possessed affections, too, though hitherto acrid and disagreeable, as are the richest flavours of unripe fruit.
As a result, the acrid smoke and smog that enveloped the capital, off and on this week, has returned forcing many to wear face masks outdoors.
An acrid sting lingered in the air, along with a palpable anxiety.
I got out and spent much of the next week staring at the unimaginable; my clothes became so stained by acrid smoke I eventually had to throw them away.
The city's chronic pollution, a sometimes acrid mix of construction dust, vehicle exhaust and factory and power plant fumes, has been one of the biggest worries for Games organizers.