- v break down
- v become physically weaker
- s damaged by decay; hence unsound and useless
- They celebrate their hardy Viking roots by eating shark that has essentially rotted and is then marinated in lactic acid for six months.
- The family home rotted too.
- Furthermore, she retained a whiff of sanctity even as her government rotted, even as Filipinos worked hard to prove George Orwell's aphorism that saints are guilty until proven .
News & Articles
- A new shine for Old Town Hall; Facelift in works for historic structure
Look out below! As painting contractors started work on Old Town Hall on Main Street, they found a problem. The windows were all falling apart. "The frames and sashes are so rotted, the glass is ready to fall out," said Ihor Raniuk, construction proj
June 12, 2013 - The Andover Townsman
- Canyon Country: Rotting meat cleanup begins after business owners raise stink
Santa Clarita code enforcement workers helped clean up at a Canyon Country tow lot Thursday after a wrecked meat-hauling truck remained parked at the yard for more than two weeks and its load rotted.
June 7, 2013 - The Signal
- Petersburg Pilot -
Petersburg Borough Parks and Recreation demolished shelter #2 at Sandy Beach Park last weekend. The shelter was rebuilt in the 1970s and rotted roof beams and decay in other portions of the shelter justified the razing of the structure, according...
June 6, 2013 - Petersburg Pilot
- Vai Sikahema in Post Chronicle
He's a very impressive-looking guy,Sikahema said. "But the guy is a walking corpse, because he's rotted inside out. He's a pathetic figure."
- Alexander Lukashenko in Reuters Africa
It is impermissible to act like this towards a partner government, towards people who rotted together side by side in the trenches,Lukashenko said in reference to the world war.
- Deron Williams in USA Today
I don't know if we got tired or what. We just turned it off,Utah's Deron Williams said. "We had a pretty substantial lead and just rotted away."