1. very bad;
2. having rotted or disintegrated; usually implies foulness;
3. damaged by decay; hence unsound and useless;
Don't eat rotten apples.
The man's morals are rotten to the core.
There is a nauseating smell of rotten food.
Fruit quickly goes rotten in hot weather.
That was a rotten thing to do, you skunk!
I'm feeling rotten today.
He is a willing horse but he always seems to get the rotten jobs.
The system is rotten to the core.
The rotten fish turned my stomach.
The book was pretty rotten.
Scoop out the rotten part of the pear.
The smell of the rotten meat was enough!
Rotten eggs give off a bad smell.
The pear is rotten to the core.
She's a rotten cook.
The chopping board is rotten.
He is poisoned by eating rotten meat.
Those rotten eggs have stunk the place.
the putrid smell of rotten meat
the smell of rotten vegetables
Police corruption is not just a few rotten apples.
He hammered it into me that I had not suddenly become a rotten goalkeeper.
She was a rotten coward.
Keep your rotten mouth shut.
Suddenly, Sarah felt rotten about the whole thing.
You rotten swine! How dare you?
I personally think it's a rotten idea.
It's a rotten play, so they can stick it.
The smell outside this building is overwhelming — like rotten eggs.
I had glandular fever and spent that year feeling rotten.
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