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  • adv. In a fetid manner.


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fetid +‎ -ly


  • Shunned as "courtesy" ... or as being fetidly distasteful.

    Can't you feel 'em circlin', honey (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • And so: Drawn down a lonely path by the wayside of New York's Central Park, quite absently and by perfect chance, old Wong found himself cradled by the lovely immensity of a maze-like, fetidly putrid grounds, of a so called 'museum zone', as was our current style guides '' nomenclaturepréférence 'slash' usage suggestion 'at the moment of the present composition's inception qua an explication exercise qua an idiocy without border.

    Why is a Hog always Corpulent ? (or Another Special Exhibit at the Met)

  • Grand Theft Auto is the squalid third-world country squatting fetidly on Saints Row's borders.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • A cook-stove sat fetidly next to a couple of pots, caked with old food.


  • 'What, you're supposed to use this place?' he asked, surveying the fetidly grotty bathroom.

    Quite Ugly One Morning

  • He saw a round stove in the centre, a littered and dirty floor, bunks filled with horrible straw and worse blankets jumbled here and there, old and dirty clothes drying fetidly.

    Blazed Trail Stories and Stories of the Wild Life


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