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fester
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War and Peace
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  • Most of them were disfigured by frost-bitten noses and cheeks, and nearly all had red, swollen and festering eyes.
  • When they reached Yaroslavl the wound had begun to fester (Natasha knew all about such things as festering) and the doctor had said that the festering might take a normal course.
  • When they reached Yaroslavl the wound had begun to fester (Natasha knew all about such things as festering) and the doctor had said that the festering might take a normal course.
  • When they reached Yaroslavl the wound had begun to fester (Natasha knew all about such things as festering) and the doctor had said that the festering might take a normal course.

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  • She had a festering boil on her neck.
  • Her wounds are festering.

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