maggoty


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maggot(t)y

mod. alcohol intoxicated; very drunk. (A play on rotten.) Rotten, hell. They were absolutely maggotty!

maggoty

verb
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Her eldest child spits out a piece of maggoty apple.
As a boy I used to gather them from under rocks and gently pull the little, thin maggoty looking creatures from their cases.
Every lovely pair of female pins that beat a merry clip through town seem to be offset by a pair of safari style khaki half-kecks housing a maggoty pair of white -sometimes hairy, sometimes not -spindly horrors rooted in battered Jesus boots or sockless, smelly, sweaty trainees.
Mouldy bread, maggoty biscuit, and stinking, rotten, meat, was the most common cause for desertion, even mutiny, on whaling ships sailing out of Hobart later in the century.
Frederick displaying her mother's portrait to a close-up of Hitler's maggoty face, with superimposed title:
Mouldy, maggoty, full of suckholes--one had to watch out for one's feet" (144).
But their success in the game of love helps protect your favorite fruits and vegetables from becoming an icky, maggoty mess.
Under construction at Maggoty in St Elizabeth, the Jamaica Public Service (JPS) is now in the final phase of a new hydroelectric power plant.
MAWTHER A Awkward girl B Arctic bird C Maggoty who am I?
Celebrating the mutiny which occurs on board the eponymous ship after its sailors are given maggoty meat, Eisenstein hoped new music would be written every 20 years to keep Potemkin's revolutionary message alive.
The Body Farm (BBC One Wales, Tuesday, 9pm) * AFTER the initial nay-saying, this Waking the Dead spin-off series has managed to win over audiences with oodles of maggoty goo and sarky one-liners from Keith Allen.
Organic gardening's principal disadvantage is that without chemical sprays the plants are bound to suffer more from pests and diseases, some apples will tend to be maggoty for example and lettuces may have more slugs.