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Definition of "maggoty" [mag•got•y]

  • Infested with and/or partially eaten by maggots; flyblown. (adjective)
  • Full of whims; capricious. (adjective)

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Use "maggoty" in a sentence
  • "The seething, maggoty inner lives of these people is bursting forth."
  • "To come up with Best Books lists in this environment is little more than an exercise in pecking the least maggoty bits from carrion."
  • "So we talked about the pup for a minute, but just as I was pointing to the patches on his skin that looked maggoty the two kids came out with a woman and seemed really concerned I was standing over the dog with a dude in a uniform."