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Use "rottenness" in a sentence
"The clean, upstanding trees cry shame upon them and their withered crookedness, and their rottenness is a slimy desecration of the sweetness and purity of nature."
"The Mallard case certainly revealed long-term rottenness from top to bottom in the Western Australian force."
"We who were on board all knew perfectly well before we sailed how groundless and foolish these cries about her "rottenness" were; we knew, too, that there is scarcely a wooden ship afloat on which it is not necessary to use the pumps now and then."