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use "rot" in a sentence

The flesh was chilled by it, for some reason, and there could be rot.

One reason, experts say, is the structures are particularly vulnerable to dry rot.

If it persists and doesn't dry out, it can lead to rot issues with potatoes."

But he, and his writing, are full to brimming with whatever you can think of as antonym to rot.

William Shakespeare wrote, "And so, from hour to hour we ripe and ripe, and then from hour to hour we rot and rot, and thereby hangs a tale."

The opening verse runs: Have you heard, have you heard Anti-dry Rot's the word?

Put the meat in the refrigerator, or it will rot.

Also Gal-ot prevents putrefaction, so it doesn't rot if stored in damp conditions.

He's burning in hell and he's going to rot there.

Discussion question: In English we say that money is the root of all evil. Do you agree? rot

If we don't pick the plums off the tree, they will just fall to the ground, and rot.

This cactus requires soil with lots of drainage, otherwise, it will get too wet and may even begin to rot.

The Greenheart trees of Guyana are especially valuable because the wood doesn't rot in sea water, and can be used to build docks and wharves.

William Shakespeare wrote, "Fair flowers that are not gather'd in their prime, rot and consume themselves in little time."

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