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Definition of "festering" []

  • Present participle of fester. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "festering" in a sentence
  • "The specter of taking this to the Senate is problematic, largely because it would put Senate Democratic leaders in an awkward position by raising the possibility of a bloody floor fight just as the Dem government is taking power in D.C. And on top of that, having the idea festering out there is probably bad P.R. as they pursue the recount. print share"
  • "Community and self respect must be returned to the underclass or there will never be enough social workers to prevent this underside of Britain festering."
  • "The shooting, which also left three injured, has prompted police and city officials to adopt new measures to tackle what students describe as a festering gang problem at the school on Evergreen just south of Eight Mile."