Emph. adv. & adj. expressing distaste, annoyance, etc.

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  • festering — index toxic Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

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  • festering — n. formation of pus adj. full of pus, inflamed fes·ter || festÉ™(r) n. sore, inflamed wound v. be inflamed; produce pus (from a sore); cause pain; decay; eat away at; leave a scar …   English contemporary dictionary

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