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Example sentences for "fetid"

Lexicographically close words:
fetich; fetiches; fetichism; fetichist; fetichistic; fetish; fetishes; fetishism; fetishistic; fetlock
  1. Y: In the boiling fetid fluid: then in the Fire shall they be burned; P: Through boiling waters; then they are thrust into the Fire.

  2. Y: In front of such a one is Hell, and he is given, for drink, boiling fetid water.

  3. A fetid stench arose from the damp gutters, where neither air nor light have ever penetrated, where corruptions of all sorts amass, and where one is continually in danger of stepping upon a dead dog or rat.

  4. The streets of Stamboul are still more narrow, filthy, and fetid than those of Galata and Pera.

  5. And hold, each foot, nor spurn, to man's disgrace, What other twist of fetid rag may fall!

  6. While threshing corn she felt violent pain like that of labor, and after an illness suffered a constant fetid discharge from the vagina for eleven years, fetal bones being discharged with occasional pain.

  7. The Ephemerides, Schurig, and Hoffman report instances of what they call fetid semen (possibly a complication of urethral disease).

  8. Haines speaks of a most curious case--that of a woman who had had a miscarriage three days previous; she suffered intense pain and a fetid discharge.

  9. It was hard at the summit and had a fetid odor.

  10. It contained a solid black substance of a most fetid odor.

  11. An excellent simile: they come forth from slime and mud,--fetid and crawling, unformed and monstrous.

  12. The man nodded obediently and left the fetid chamber.

  13. He swam blindly about in the fetid water trying to grasp the side of the sloop.

  14. In Jatupon's perspective the stink of his smoke-ridden clothes and the beer of his breath gave an acrid and fetid cloud which was miraculously saving him.

  15. If anything had given him food for thought that week of idleness and recuperation in his cell, it had been the irony of the fetid one as his guardian angel.

  16. The sprinkling of rain was falling onto him and he could smell the stink of his damp shirt as if the metamorphosis to manhood had made him into the fetid one.

  17. If the fetid one had not stepped in nothing would have intervened and he would have murdered his brother or been murdered by him.

  18. It was very strange for he wasn't moving and yet the streets moved him--strange as the fetid one, Kumpee, having been the angel who had come at the right second delivering him from his worst impulses to kill Kazem.

  19. As long as the wood-bug gives off a fetid odour, when it flies; as long as the noisy bitch is forced by nature to litter blind pups, so long shall peace be forbidden.

  20. They, as well as the dead horses, emit a fetid stench.

  21. The broken leg is swollen double its natural size; from three places flows a quantity of fetid pus, purple stains prove that as an artery has been broken, the sole remedy, if there is one, is amputation.

  22. I can sleep quietly, not being, as in Castiglione, suffocated with fetid exhalations and tormented with the flies, which though satiated with corpses, attack also the living.

  23. Light scarcely penetrated their dark and loathsome dungeons; no breath of fresh air sweetened the fetid atmosphere they breathed; that they enjoyed the luxury of water was due to the munificence of a lord mayor of London.

  24. I would rather be a doodle-bug burrowing in the dust than a plotting politician, trying to inflate a second-term gubernatorial boom with the fetid breath of a foul hypocrisy.

  25. At first, Jack could hardly bear the heavy, fetid smell of the place, but the prisoners themselves appeared altogether unconscious of it.

  26. Hands, unconscious of the heavy, fetid smell of the sick-room, was sitting propped up in bed with a pillow, smoking a pipe of tobacco.

  27. A purulent fetid matter is discharged from the cavity.

  28. The monotonous little tow-path, a narrow strip on the grayish soil, is on a level with the cold fetid water, at the foot of the eternal dried sorghos, which forms an endless curtain all along the river.

  29. The crowds are dense about the food-shops, and the air is fetid in the neighborhood of the butchers, where dog-meat and roasted grasshoppers are sold.

  30. It stands in the deep shadow of a narrow passageway exhaling unhealthy fetid smells, between walls blackened by filth, where one feels as shut in as in the heart of a prison.

  31. The air was fetid with their breath, yet in spite of this some of them smelled Jurgis and called down the torments of hell upon him, while he lay in a far corner of his cell, counting the throbbings of the blood in his forehead.

  32. Of genuine blood there was none; only the fetid greenish-yellow ichor which trickled along the painted floor beyond the radius of the stickiness, and left a curious discoloration behind it.

  33. The thing that lay half-bent on its side in a fetid pool of greenish-yellow ichor and tarry stickiness was almost nine feet tall, and the dog had torn off all the clothing and some of the skin.

  34. Yet there was no mistaking the fact that Hawkes was or had been a sailor, for a strong odour of tar, which was a pleasant relief to the fetid atmosphere of the crowded court, hovered around him like a cloud.

  35. Here, lighted by the dismal glimmer of a few ship's lanterns, a ghastly sight met my eyes, while a hot, fetid stench filled the gloomy region like a cloud.

  36. Possibly at another time and place Paullinus might have smiled at the ugly thing; but here, peering at them over the screen, in the fetid gloom, it froze the blood in his veins.

  37. Its hot and fetid breath made a smoke in the still air; presently it desisted, and as though it desired the coolness, it writhed back into the water again.

  38. The warts vary in size from that of a pin head to the size of a pea and they discharge a fluid which at first is thin and watery but as the disease progresses, it becomes thick and sticky, yellow in color and fetid in smell.

  39. However, the discharge gradually becomes more unhealthy until finally it is mixed with pus and blood and assumes a fetid odor.

  40. In a case of long standing, the discharge has a fetid smell, differing in this respect also from Glanders.

  41. When attempts are made to milk, a watery substance comes away, almost colorless at first, but later becomes tinged with blood and pus and has a fetid odor.

  42. Light scarcely penetrated their dark and loathsome dungeons; no breath of fresh air sweetened the fetid atmosphere they breathed; that they enjoyed the luxury of water was due to the munificence of a Lord Mayor.

  43. An entry in a letter book at Guildhall speaks of the "heynouse gaol of Newgate," and its fetid and corrupt atmosphere.

  44. The floor had recently been washed, and emitted a damp fetid odour.

  45. There will be no people living in fetid dens and fetid rags, and bringing up unhealthy, hunger-pinched children in the midst of impossible and absolutely repulsive surroundings.

  46. Urinating in this metallic East-Asian urinal embedded within the floor of a toilet sandwiched between two cars, he facetiously told himself that the fetid little space was his friend.

  47. It was indeed strange that the disheveled being who was shooting fetid wisps of air as sonorously as a bagpipe should be both enticing and repulsive all in the same reeking breath, and Nawin smirked at the sight of his acquaintance.

  48. Tension seemed to also sully the floor which was already fetid enough due to whatever stench the train officer's random spot mopping with ammonia earlier in the night had not covered.

  49. He compressed his lips firmly and tried to stifle the thought of slapping the head of the fetid one with his magazine, "Revealing Babes," which lay at his side.

  50. The two men closed their umbrellas, and each jumped respectively onto a large rock that nudged out of a turbid, fetid pool on a sunken area of sidewalk, and then made a second and broader leap to drier pavement.

  51. Nongkhai with a wife instead of as a single, solitary traveler; he would have to be in a more domestic setting than a guest house for foreigners and their whores; and in a coupling other than wet, fetid nakedness with another male.

  52. The thought of his mediocrity was asphyxiating to him and he again pondered that he was merely a prostitute painter, a fetid and odious "nobody" within the demarcated self of a Nawin Biadklang that he could never transcend.

  53. On holidays like this, families were everywhere except in fetid trains, like the one he was currently in, going to Nongkai.

  54. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "fetid" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    abhorrent; abominable; arrant; atrocious; awful; bad; base; beastly; blameworthy; brackish; brutal; cloying; contemptible; crude; deplorable; despicable; detestable; dire; disgusting; dreadful; egregious; enormous; evil; execrable; fecal; fetid; filthy; flagrant; forbidding; foul; frowzy; fulsome; funky; fusty; gamy; grievous; gross; hateful; heinous; high; horrible; horrid; ignoble; infamous; lamentable; loathsome; lousy; maggoty; malodorous; mawkish; miasmic; mildewed; moldy; monstrous; mucky; musty; nasty; nauseating; nauseous; nefarious; noisome; notorious; noxious; objectionable; obnoxious; obscene; odious; odorous; offensive; outrageous; overripe; pitiful; poisonous; putrid; rancid; rank; reeking; regrettable; repellent; reprehensible; repugnant; repulsive; revolting; rotten; sad; scabby; scandalous; scurfy; scurvy; shabby; shameful; shocking; shoddy; sickening; slimy; sloppy; sludgy; slushy; smelly; sordid; spoiled; squalid; stale; stinking; strong; stuffy; sulfurous; terrible; unclean; vile; villainous; weevily; woeful; wormy; worst; worthless; wretched