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putrid
used in The Magic Mountain

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Definition
rotting (an advanced state of decomposition) with a foul odor; or anything that is disgusting
  • Paradox is the poison flower of quietism, the iridescent sheen of a putrefied mind, the greatest depravity of all.
    5.3 - Freedom (41% in)
  • She had known there was something rotten about the whole affair from the first and could only hope that Ziemssen's obstinacy had not turned it putrid—"putrid," she said, in her infinite vulgarity.
    6.8 - A Good Soldier (9% in)
  • She had known there was something rotten about the whole affair from the first and could only hope that Ziemssen's obstinacy had not turned it putrid—"putrid," she said, in her infinite vulgarity.
    6.8 - A Good Soldier (9% in)

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