The correct answer is stink.
B. dissipate fully
D. reduce to component parts
The correct answer is (A) To stink; to emit smoke, vapor, or steam; to smell unpleasantly. Also, to have an undesirable quality in profusion; to be connected with something bad.
Reek comes from Old English réocan, récan (to emit smoke), Dutch rieken, German riechen (smell)
Examples of use:
- She business arrangement reeked of fraud.
- His clothing reeks of tobacco.