Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of festering, or the state of being festered.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun rare A festering.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A festering.

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Examples

  • It must be said that house-sitting is more attractive as a gig when you live, as I do, in a leaky, damp, cold, mushroom-sprouting festerment on the heart of the Downtown EastSide rather than, say, a $25million-dollar oceanfront mansion on the North Shore.

    2006 November « raincoaster

  • It must be said that house-sitting is more attractive as a gig when you live, as I do, in a leaky, damp, cold, mushroom-sprouting festerment on the heart of the Downtown EastSide rather than, say, a $25million-dollar oceanfront mansion on the North Shore.

    2006 November 30 « raincoaster

  • It must be said that house-sitting is more attractive as a gig when you live, as I do, in a leaky, damp, cold, mushroom-sprouting festerment on the heart of the Downtown EastSide rather than, say, a $25million-dollar oceanfront mansion on the North Shore.

    house-sitting: a paradigm shift « raincoaster

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