Definitions

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  • adv. In a rancid manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a rancid manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • With a rancid odor; mustily.

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Examples

  • He must have been to quite a few similar occasions, because he was pleased to say that "apart from a little touch of anti-Germanism" the fourth Reich remark this one hadn't been "rancidly anti-Scottish and anti-European".

    The English will surely have their day. But it will be a long time coming

  • A new expose of one of the West's most rancidly anti-gay subcultures -- hip-hop -- offers the beginnings of an answer.

    Johann Hari: Homophobic? Then You're Probably Gay

  • A new expose of one of the West's most rancidly anti-gay subcultures ...

    Johann Hari: Homophobic? Then You're Probably Gay

  • A new expose of one of the West's most rancidly anti-gay subcultures ... digg

    Johann Hari: Homophobic? Then You're Probably Gay

  • What would be scarier, the rancidly insincere hype of intelligent professionals who have a product to move regardless of its merits (or astonishing lack thereof), or a heaving, mouth-breathing mass of people so faux-literate, or dimwitted, that junk of this nature honestly strikes them as wonderful?

    Reader reviews of Special Topics in Calamity Physics by Marisha Pessl.

  • And, yes, it really is time to take Sandy's list seriously, and rip it several new orifices for the pack of rancidly dishonest lies that it is.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Sandy Crux's rancidly misleading and dishonest list of CPoC "accomplishments" seems to have ended up here, where failed CPoC Guelph candidate Gloria Kovach appears to have stolen chunks of Sandy's list wholesale.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • In a thousand different ways commentators have asserted based on no knowledge of the people involved that the lacrosse players behaved rancidly because they felt privileged and entitled to act as they pleased.

    Opinions are like apples ...

  • The smell of it was alluringly sweet, and then abruptly it became rancidly rotten when the wind changed and brought it stronger.

    Ship Of Magic

  • Everything in sight exhaled an intense consciousness of high cost, which was heavy on the air like a musky odor, suggesting to a sensitive nose, as does the odor of musk, another smell, obscured but rancidly perceptible -- the unwashed smell, floating up from the paupers 'cellars which support Aladdin's palaces of luxury.

    The Bent Twig

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