fester[ fes-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF fester
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FESTER
Yet his heart still seemed to fester with the venom of the dagger.
I'd not ha' clinched the nail, if I saw it was goin' to fester you!
As for the Tartar dead, they were left to fester on the field.
Undercote, or undercoat; fester under the skin (coat is "cutis," skin).
Like the surgeon's ray on a fester, German light has played on the sore spots.
There are words a man has no power or wish to say to a man, yet which must be spoken or they fester in his mind.
There remained the question of the North-Western boundary to fester into a sore.
Mr. Turner, Mr. Squinch and Mr. Fester looked at one another in turn.
The wounds which he inflicts may hurt, but they do not fester.
The smell of his breath was like a dead thing, left to fester.