Synonyms for putrid
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PUTRID
Cowardice is catching and will run through an army like the putrid fever.'
The odor of such a bird is disagreeable and may even be putrid.
It had a rustic crank of bamboo; its water was slimy and putrid.
If hard set, putrid, or stale, an egg often bursts when touched.
The first can be remedied or improved in cooking; but a putrid article cannot.
The powder of the dry leaves is dusted on ulcers and putrid sores.
Eagerly I seized the putrid meat in my mouth, offering a piece to my companions.
The pool seemed filled with a thick, muddy, and putrid liquid.
It seemed to me like putrid animal matter, and peculiarly strong.
Fermentation has long since been divided into spirituous, acid, and putrid.