Being in a state of putrefaction or decay; decomposed.adjective
Having a foul odor resulting from or suggestive of decay; putrid.adjective
Made weak or unsound by rot.adjective
Morally corrupt or despicable.adjective
Very bad; wretched.adverb
To a very great degree.
Undergoing natural decomposition; affected by rot or organic dissolution; putrid (as animal and some vegetable matters), soft (as fruits, etc.), or weak (as vegetable fibers, fabrics, etc.) from elemental decay: as, a rotten carcass or egg; a rotten log or plank; rotten cloth.
Putrid from organic decay, or from the presence of decomposing matter; hence, of a putrid quality; ill-smelling; fetid.
Affected with the disease called rot, as sheep or other animals.
Unsound as if from rotting; in a loose or disintegrated state; soft or friable; yielding: as, rotten iron or stone.