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Rotten

ˈrɒt.ən

Meanings of Rotten:

adjective

Suffering from decay.

Usage examples:

Rotten eggs
adverb

To an extreme degree; very much.

Usage examples:

Your mother said that i spoiled you rotten

Meanings of Rotten to the core:

idiom

If a person or organization is rotten to the core, they behave in a way that is not honest or moral

Usage examples:

The whole legal system is rotten to the core.

Rottener

ˈrɒt(ə)n

Meanings of Rottener:

adjective

Suffering from decay.

Usage examples:

Rotten eggs
adverb

To an extreme degree; very much.

Usage examples:

Your mother said that i spoiled you rotten

Rottenest

ˈrɒt(ə)n

Meanings of Rottenest:

adjective

Suffering from decay.

Usage examples:

Rotten eggs
adverb

To an extreme degree; very much.

Usage examples:

Your mother said that i spoiled you rotten

Meanings of Rottenish:

adjective

Somewhat rotten.

Meanings of Rottenly:

adverb

Very badly

Usage examples:

The critics called it a rottenly written novel, badly structured and full of clichés., old-fashione…

Rotter

ˈrɒt.ər

Meanings of Rotter:

noun

A cruel, mean, or unkind person.

Usage examples:

Rosemary had decided that all men were rotters

Rotters

ˈrɒt.ər

Meanings of Rotters:

noun

A cruel, mean, or unkind person.

Usage examples:

Rosemary had decided that all men were rotters

Meanings of Rotting:

verb

(chiefly of animal or vegetable matter) decay or cause to decay by the action of bacteria and fungi; decompose.

Usage examples:

The chalets were neglected and their woodwork was rotting away
noun

The process of decaying.

Usage examples:

The leaves were turning black with rot

Present participle of rot

Meanings of Rottweiler:

noun

A large powerful dog of a tall black-and-tan breed.

Usage examples:

When i'm filming in los angeles, i'll rollerblade with my two dogs - a rottweiler and black labrado…

Meanings of Rotula:

noun

The patella (kneecap).

Meanings of Rotular:

adjective

Of a document: of the nature of or having the form of a roll.

Meanings of Rotulet:

noun

A small roll; one of the parts of a large roll.

Rotund

rəʊˈtʌnd

Meanings of Rotund:

adjective

(of a person) large and plump.

Usage examples:

Her brother was slim where she was rotund

Rotunda

rəʊˈtʌn.də

Meanings of Rotunda:

noun

A round building or room, especially one with a dome.

Usage examples:

Similar to the curving rotundas of many capitol buildings, but, crucially, allowing in more dayligh…

Rotundas

rəʊˈtʌn.də

Meanings of Rotundas:

noun

A round building or room, especially one with a dome.

Usage examples:

Similar to the curving rotundas of many capitol buildings, but, crucially, allowing in more dayligh…

Meanings of Rotundate:

adjective

Having a somewhat round shape; rounded off at the corners or edges.

Meanings of Rotundifolious:

adjective

Having round leaves.

Meanings of Rotundiform:

adjective

Having a rounded shape.

Meanings of Rotundify:

verb

To make rotund.

Meanings of Rotundness:

noun

Rotundity.

Meanings of Rotundo:

noun

A circular building, room, or space.

Meanings of Roture:

noun

In pre-revolutionary france, canada under the seigneurial system, and certain other places with a polity based on the french feudal system: tenure of land subject to payment of rent as opposed to feudal obligations of homage and personal service; especially in "in roture". chiefly historical.

Meanings of Roturier:

noun

A person of low social rank; a commoner; specifically (in pre-revolutionary france) a member of a social class comprising all those not nobles or clergy, i.e. the bourgeois and villeins collectively. compare roture .

adjective

Of or characteristic of a roturier; of low social rank; not noble; common.

Meanings of Roturiers:

noun

A person of low social rank; a commoner; specifically (in pre-revolutionary france) a member of a social class comprising all those not nobles or clergy, i.e. the bourgeois and villeins collectively. compare roture .

adjective

Of or characteristic of a roturier; of low social rank; not noble; common.

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