Smelled or Smelt? | Grammarly Blog

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More great information from the Grammarly Blog. Do you use the word smelt? I am from Wisconsin. To me, smelt is a fish! LOL! ❤

Smelled is the past tense of smell in both North American and British English. Smelt is also used as the past tense of smell in…

Source: Smelled or Smelt? | Grammarly Blog

6 Comments

    1. I’m not sure about the word as a noun, but I’d heard it used as a verb before to mean extracting iron from iron ore. By the way, the Grammarly article was interesting. 🙂

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