cankerous


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cankerous

(kăng′kər-əs)
adj.
1. Marked by or infected with canker; ulcerous.
2. Causing canker; ulcerating.
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Seinfeld'' introduced it; ``Curb Your Enthusiasm'' honed it, and ``It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia'' has elevated it to a breezily cankerous art form.
Sprays of crimson blood across grey faces, a blue car, monochrome figures on a scarlet heart-shaped bed, golden hair and a sadistic mutant freak whose skin and blood are a vile, cankerous yellow.
Even on a level road it seemed to resent being urged to move by pedalling, becoming quickly cankerous and toppling over, rider and all.
It is a cankerous posthumous blot on the career of a very good architect, and Ms Slessor's gentle and rather pandering critique of it is quite disappointing.
However, unencumbered political campaigning would be like eating rat poison and waiting for the rat to die; it would be unintentionally cankerous to the spiritual and special purpose of the churches and would prove counter productive, exacerbating fragmentation and politicization of congregations and religious adherents.