putridly
adverb see putrid

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • putridly — See putridity. * * * …   Universalium

  • putridly — pu·trid·ly …   English syllables

  • putridly — adverb see putrid * * * puˈtridly adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑putrefy …   Useful english dictionary

  • putrid — adjective Etymology: Latin putridus, from putrēre to be rotten, from puter, putris rotten; akin to Latin putēre to stink more at foul Date: 1542 1. a. being in a state of putrefaction ; rotten b. of, relating to, or characteristic of putrefaction …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • putrid — putridity, putridness, n. putridly, adv. /pyooh trid/, adj. 1. in a state of foul decay or decomposition, as animal or vegetable matter; rotten. 2. of, pertaining to, or attended by putrefaction. 3. having the odor of decaying flesh. 4.… …   Universalium

  • putrid — [ pju:trɪd] adjective 1》 decaying or rotting and emitting a fetid smell. 2》 informal very unpleasant. Derivatives putridity noun putridly adverb putridness noun Origin ME: from L. putridus, from putrere …   English new terms dictionary

  • putrid — /ˈpjutrəd / (say pyoohtruhd) adjective 1. in a state of foul decay or decomposition, as animal or vegetable matter; rotten. 2. attended with or relating to putrefaction. 3. having the smell of decaying flesh. 4. thoroughly corrupt, depraved, or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • putrid — [pyo͞o′trid] adj. [Fr putride < L putridus < putrere: see PUTRESCENT] 1. decomposed; rotten and foul smelling 2. causing, showing, or proceeding from decay 3. morally corrupt; depraved 4. Informal very disagreeable or unpleasant putridity n …   English World dictionary

  • putrid — adj. 1 decomposed, rotten. 2 foul, noxious. 3 corrupt. 4 sl. of poor quality; contemptible; very unpleasant. Derivatives: putridity n. putridly adv. putridness n. Etymology: L putridus f. putrere to rot f. puter putris rotten …   Useful english dictionary

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