Rancidly
Rancidly \Ran"cid*ly\ (r[a^]n"s[i^]d*l[y^]), adv. In a rancid manner. [1913 Webster]

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  • rancid — adjective a) Being rank in taste or smell. The house was deserted, with a rancid half eaten meal still on the dinner table. b) offensive His remarks were rancid; everyone got up and left. See Also: rancidification, rancidly …   Wiktionary

  • rancid — adjective 1》 (of foods containing fat or oil) smelling or tasting unpleasant as a result of being stale. 2》 highly unpleasant; repugnant. Derivatives rancidity noun rancidly adverb rancidness noun Origin C17: from L. rancidus stinking …   English new terms dictionary

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  • rancid — [ran′sid] adj. [L rancidus < rancere, to be rank] 1. having the bad smell or taste of stale fats or oils; spoiled 2. repugnant rancidity [ran′sid′ə tē] n. rancidness rancidly adv …   English World dictionary

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