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putrefy

 [pu´trĕ-fi]
to undergo putrefaction.
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pu·tre·fy

(pyū'trĕ-fī),
To cause to become, or to become, putrid.
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putrefy

(pyo͞o′trə-fī′)
intr. & tr.v. putre·fied, putre·fying, putre·fies
To decay or cause to decay and have a foul odor.
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pu·tre·fy

(pyū'trĕ-fī)
To cause to become, or to become, putrid.
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It cannot be too plainly insisted that the butcher who sells putrefied meat and the manufacturer who distributes margarine through the town under the name of butter are not merely amenable to the law but criminals of the most despicable and the most dangerous character.