putrescent


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putrescent

1. becoming putrid; rotting
2. characterized by or undergoing putrefaction
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The teeth and tooth roots with putrescent pulp were extracted.
Hate crimes are often related to the contempt of 'decadent, putrescent, degenerating West' and its mode of life 'all for sale', while ignoring the true and supreme values.
They are not even concerned with their own disintegration, because they are already putrescent.
We need leaders of steel, not putrescent puddles of pandering.
Those texts abound in decadent (orientalist, voluptuous, putrescent, debauched) tropes, and those tropes correlate strongly with the "avant-garde" breakthroughs in the music.
When she drained me of my very marrow, and cold And weak, I turned to give her one more kiss--behold, There at my side was nothing but a hideous Putrescent thing, all faceless and exuding pus.
O ne critic sniffed that their globe-trotting indie pop "emit(ted) the putrescent stench of old money, of old politics, of old-guard high society.
One favorite repellent sold at plant nurseries is Bonide's Organic Repels-All, a concoction of dried blood, putrescent whole egg solids and garlic oil.
20)) the principal causes of death in Maori before European settlements (and especially 1840) as drowning, injury, war injuries, tattooing sequelae, stingray ('reputed'), dysentery and other alimentary disorders (including those from putrescent food); plus Makutu, a term used for death of supernatural origin (somewhat like that "later known of as The Rapidly Fatal Melancholia of the South Sea Islander" (7(p.
Certainly not a substance that was known as wurstgift, or sausage poison, when it was first isolated from a putrescent frankfurter in 1820s Germany.
Cubicula et bybliothecae ad orientem spectare debent; usus enim matutinum postulat lumen, item in bybliothecis libri non putrescent.