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putrid

 [pu´trid]
rotten; putrified.
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pu·trid

(pū'trid),
1. In a state of putrefaction.
2. Denoting putrefaction.
[L. putridus]
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pu·trid

(pyū'trid)
1. In a state of putrefaction.
2. Denoting putrefaction.
[L. putridus]
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After all, I prefer the Satanic sorrows to the modern sex putridity" (Selected Journals IV [30 August 1930] 65; see also After Green Gables [26 April 1931] 187).
The foul source of such intellectual putridity emanates from behind the closed doors of that institution, where what goes on between the institution's administration and the wealthy gun nut establishment is academically fraudulent, down right racist, and intent on keeping colonization ongoing.
He divided France, not into revolutionary and anti-revolutionary camps, but into two opposing interests: the interest of those who want to preserve the existing state of affairs because they see in it well-being combined with property, life [existence] with work; and the interest of those who want to change the existing state of affairs because the only means of support for them is in a succession of revolutions, since they are beings which fatten and grow, as it were, in troubled times, like insects in putridity! (38)