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Definition of "putridity" [pu•trid•i•ty]

  • The state of being putrid. (noun)

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Use "putridity" in a sentence
  • "The first, a worm bred in putridity; alluding to man's corruption."
  • "(Isa 5: 12; 24: 8), give place to the corruption and the stillness of the grave (Eze 32: 27). worm -- that is bred in putridity. worms -- properly those from which the crimson dye is obtained."
  • "But even "Nana" -- a novel in which he sets himself to delineate the life of the Parisian prostitute -- was miles removed from the ordinary pornographic putridity which is served up by some revelers in the roses and raptures of vice."