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- adj. Destroyed or damaged by rot.
- adj. Pissed off, deeply annoyed.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rot.
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- adj. damaged by decay; hence unsound and useless
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Brain rotted and fell out after fifteen minutes ....
Well, no one wants to have their brain rotted out, and we certainly don't want any menaces, that's for sure.
The softer membranes of the inside of the mouth held up while the (presumably) outside skin rotted away?
One way you can tell it's been so long is that the onions had all rotted from the inside, and also the garlics had all dried up.
His name rotted above ground, as his carcase rotted under.
Given that cheese can be described as the rotted bodily fluid of an ungulate, that's not far off.
At Historic Preservation Commission meetings, people who want to replace their windows often describe windows in this condition as "rotted,"
All laughed -- George was licensed; but all felt that the family was being 'rotted'; and this seemed to them unnatural, now that it was going to give five of its members to the service of the
In school he had failed miserably; out of school he had shirked sports in which he ought easily to have excelled and "rotted" when he might have been doing good execution for
Repair work to quality violins must be done with great care as the original varnishes and glues involved secret ingredients, such as 'rotted' fish.