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fetid
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Jane Eyre
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  • All right then; limpid, salubrious: no gush of bilge water had turned it to fetid puddle.
  • The unhealthy nature of the site; the quantity and quality of the children’s food; the brackish, fetid water used in its preparation; the pupils’ wretched clothing and accommodations — all these things were discovered, and the discovery produced a result mortifying to Mr. Brocklehurst, but beneficial to the institution.

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  • a fetid stench coming from the garbage pile
  • deplorable conditions in a fetid hospital

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