- pustule + -ent (Wiktionary)
“The story in a nutshell starts out with Conan getting set up for a murder and robbery he didn't commit, then he gets his arm broken, then healed, then murders some Brythunian city guards for picking a fight with the wrong barbarian, then battles a hideous one-eyed, pustulent tentacled beast is the sewers, and this is just the beginning of the story!”
“Just kill yourself you stench ridden, pustulent seeping herpes sore you”
“I did get word, late last night, that a certain seeping, pustulent herpes sore of a woman who is 77.9% responsible for my finally having had enough of Second Life is now trying to insinuate her way into an acquaintances sim.”
“Those pustulent reminders of urban squalor do so upset my pretty notions of English whimsy and folderol.”
“Because competition between friends has a dark and pustulent underbelly.”
“YOU aren't fit to clean out her horse barn in bare feet with gaping sores on them from siphylus that's migrated there because the little buggers can't stand being in your HEAD with all that execrable, pustulent CRAP swirling there.”
“Shame, shame shame on the pustulent immigrant-haters such as columnist Michelle Malkin, radio talk show host Brian Savage, and the others who have begun calling Mexicans “pigs,” and even worse things, using the outbreak of “swine flu” as an excuse to spread their racist hatred.”
“Flu Brings Out the Worst in Right Wingers yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Flu Brings Out the Worst in Right Wingers'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: Michelle Malkin, Brian Savage, other conservative talk show hosts indulge pustulent hatred of immigrants as a result of H1N1 virus outbreak.”
“And yeah, you pustulent SOB - I'm a vet so blow the chickenhawk cliched comeback forming in your syphillitic mind out your slack rectal sphincter.”
“Instead ofactual dialogue which reveals character while simultaneously advancing plot and theme, we get a caricature of young-lurve awkwardness which is just infuriatingly lowbrow, vacuous and insulting to the actors who have to somehow speakthis pustulent pap.”
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