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Nonetheless, Win at All Costs often feels less like an exposé than an attempt to fuse previously published reporting into a macro-narrative about how there’s something rotten in the state of Beaverton.

At Bumpass Hell in California’s Lassen Volcanic National Park, the ground is literally boiling, and the aroma of rotten eggs fills the air.

They let our ancestors “sniff out rotten food or potential poisons,” she explains.

THL is not just a single bad apple but part of an expansive industry that’s rotten to its core.

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Reports out of Los Angeles indicate mail delays have led to rotten food and even dead animals.

We are a nation in which a few rotten apples are spoiling different barrels.

It has grown from a rotten root—striving to replace human judgment with detailed dictates.

Which to me, after the initial explosion of the Sex Pistols, always made Rotten kind of boring.

“I believe we are in the hour of the debacle of the institutions, they cannot be any more rotten,” said Padre Goyo.

Yeonmi had been hospitalized at the time for a stomach illness, likely from her diet of rotten potatoes.

But this alliance is rotten, and cannot endure; the Western men are no partizans of slavery.

Sounds rotten, but that's their style; and you've been through the mill at home enough to know what it is to be knifed socially.

Clodd tells us that one cubic inch of rotten stone contains 41 thousand million vegetable skeletons of diatoms.

It is like the eating of a smothered fire into rotten timber in that it is noiseless and without haste.

That we should attack one week and the French another week is rotten tactically; but, practically, we have no option.

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On this page you'll find 260 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rotten, such as: corrupt, disgusting, moldy, noxious, overripe, and putrid.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.