so I knew there would be a buzz about it - and I knew that Fester
was a part I would love to play.
Like a marriage, the parties should make the commitment to speak frankly and fix problems when they happen rather than letting them fester
You'd be hard pushed to recognise Les Dennis as a bald, totally slapstick Uncle Fester
I can't sit back and let things continue to fester
HALLOWEEN revellers dressed as Pugsley and Uncle Fester
from the Addams Family were beaten up in the street by yobs, a court heard yesterday.
But no, Ford just let that story continue to fester
Charlie and his shady partner, Vic (Thornton), plan to get out of Dodge on the night they pull the heist, but the weather doesn't cooperate, giving them time to let their mutual mistrust fester
But according to the dictionary the nickname should actually be Fester
as 'less' should be used only to describe an amount or unit.
All too often it can fester
and eat away so it grows and spreads into those terrible atrocities.
In floral arrangements, leaves should never touch water, he cautions, or they will fester
People generally try to avoid brown recluse spiders because their bites fester
into painful sores.
Reliability, heavier outbound shipments, fuel savings, labor savings, fester
scrap pre-sorting, a happier workforce--the advantages sound too good to be true, McAvoy acknowledges.