resistant to rotting.
noun, Music. 1. crowd2 . noun, Music. 1. rote2 . noun 1. a habitual or mechanical routine or procedure 2. by rote, by repetition; by heart (often in the phrase learn by rote) noun 1. an ancient violin-like musical instrument; crwth see: by heart (rote)
noun, Music. 1. rote2 .
verb (used without object), rotted, rotting. 1. to undergo decomposition; decay. 2. to deteriorate, disintegrate, fall, or become weak due to decay (often followed by away, from, off, etc.). 3. to languish, as in confinement. 4. to become morally corrupt or offensive. verb (used with object), rotted, rotting. 5. to cause to rot: Dampness rots […]
adjective, rottener, rottenest. 1. decomposing or decaying; putrid; tainted, foul, or bad-smelling. 2. corrupt or morally offensive. 3. wretchedly bad, unpleasant, or unsatisfactory; miserable: a rotten piece of work; a rotten day at the office. 4. contemptible; despicable: a rotten little liar; a rotten trick. 5. (of soil, rocks, etc.) soft, yielding, or friable as […]