rancid


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Synonyms for rancid

Synonyms for rancid

smelling of mildew or decay

Synonyms for rancid

(used of decomposing oils or fats) having a rank smell or taste usually due to a chemical change or decomposition

Related Words

smelling of fermentation or staleness

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A few days later, Mr Galloway added: "The more rancid pro-Iraq War Khalid Mahmood appears in my area the more I will take the fight to New Labour elsewhere.
Also, roasted nuts and seeds turn rancid more quickly than raw ones.
NRW said several animals had fallen ill after eating the fat, believed to be rancid, degraded vegetable oil.
Exploding on to the stage to Roots Radicals, Rancid were given a hero's welcome.
Did you have to hold back from unleashing the monster Rancid licks when you were playing with Social Distortion?
But if you keep it for more than two years, it turns rancid.
Rancid - singers/guitarists Tim Armstrong and Lars Frederiksen, bassist-singer Matt Freeman and new drummer Branden Steineckert (formerly of the Used) - rose to the ranks of punk rock royalty in the '90s alongside fellow Bay Area punks Green Day.
Doctors have warned against the radical diet and a pal of Momir's said: "He looks great - but his breath is really rancid.
Magistrates' fined Hobson pounds 500 for selling the jar of marmalade with the covered up date, pounds 1,000 for the rancid chicken soup and pounds 500 for failing to supply details.
Freedom of speech shouldn't act as a cloak to give space to these rancid views.
For the Conservatives, it could be argued that they are skipping over the minutiae of bidding to get things on the ground now before they are defeated by the rancid, corrupt Liberals.
It briefly appeared that a rancid combination of racism Todd would replace an African-American legislator--and homophobia might overturn the voters' will.
The lowdown: Formed in the early '90s, the Bouncing Souls make melodic punk rock with anthemic chants that rival Rancid and Pennywise (but not as angry as either of those bands).
Topics in this book include what makes a bourbon authentic, how to get red wine stains out of a tablecloth, how to add cream to coffee and keep it hot, whether eating ice cream in hot weather really cools you off, how to match pasta to sauce, and why fats turn rancid.
That's because a liquid oil would be more likely to go rancid and would soak through the bag.