maggoty maggoty


  • (adj) spoiled and covered with eggs and larvae of flies


  1. Everybody, Indian or white, drank incredible quantities of cachaa, the local cane liquor, ate maggoty rice and dried meat, and sank deeper into debt.
  2. When prisoners came out of the glutted, maggoty toilets, he forced them to lick clean their fouled shoe soles.
  3. At times, the group had to eat maggoty meat and cope with invasions of rats.


  • Hitchens noted that it is well known that British foreign and intelligence agencies after the Second World War were "maggoty with Communist penetration". "I am sometimes tempted to wonder if the same organisation targeted both political...
    on Jun 2, 2008 By: Peter Hitchens Source: Lifesite

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