Definition of Putridity

1. Noun. The state of being putrid.

Generic synonyms: Impureness, Impurity
Derivative terms: Putrid, Putrid



Definition of Putridity

1. n. The quality of being putrid; putrefaction; rottenness.

Definition of Putridity

1. Noun. The state of being putrid. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Putridity

1. [n -TIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Putridity

putrescence
putrescences
putrescene
putrescenes
putrescent
putrescently
putrescible
putrescin
putrescine
putrescines
putrescins
putrid
putrider
putridest
putridities
putridity (current term)
putridly
putridness
putrifacted
putrification
putrifications
putrified
putrifies
putrify
putrifying
putrilage
puts
puts down
puts horns on
puts in

Literary usage of Putridity

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1. Records Relating to the Early History of Boston by Boston (Mass.). Registry Dept (1905)
"... Clerk of the Market may have time to cleanse the same of all those Substances which have a Tendency from putridity to injure the Health of the Citizens. ..."

2. Medical and Physiological Commentaries by Martyn Paine (1840)
"(") De Haen controverted Pringle's experiments, and his doctrine of putridity. Of the scurvy, he says, "necdum etiam mea experimenta me convincere de vera ..."

3. Therapeutic Gazette (1891)
"... mucous membrane of the stomach and intestines, a great number of toxic substances, whose aggregate constitutes what may be called intestinal putridity. ..."

4. The Puerperal Diseases: Clinical Lectures Delivered at Bellevue Hospital by Fordyce Barker (1876)
"... effects of putridity, and its connection with some malignant fever?, some local diseases, and certain epidemics known to and well described by the older ..."

5. The London Medical Gazette (1834)
"... been expelled without any sign of putridity ; their surface and edges smooth, .... putridity ..."

6. Diseases of Man: Data of Their Nomenclature, Classification & Genesis by John William Severin Gouley (1888)
"The relations borne, to medicine and surgery, by these microorganisms and alkaloids of putridity. ..."

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