canker[ kang-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF canker
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CANKER
It is very unworthy, I am afraid, but it is a canker that is eating my heart out.
I had rather be a canker in a hedge, than a rose in the grave.
The surface of the canker is black and rough and covered with minute black pimples.
Canker was too much astonished by such directness to make any reply.
The cheer is renewed by Canker's men, yelling and hat waving at the heels of the herd.
It was a bitter pill to have to go down and consult with Canker, but he did not know what else to do.
Beware of the little beginnings which 'eat as doth a canker.'
But the atrophy of responsibility proved the canker at the heart of the Empire.
This covetousness is like canker, that eats the iron place where it lives.
No wonder, no wonder, that like a canker it had eaten into his heart.