He has festered so long on death row and so inflated his profile that fellow inmates now call him “Pops.”
It brings out the distance and doubt that festered within the proximate intimacy of the Marston family.
Erik then shows me the area where the old Jewish ghetto once festered, just northeast of the main square.
And ultimately, once my alienation had festered, I could barely communicate or think.
Her wounds stiffened and festered from imbedded shot, and she was dry and feverish.
Latterly the wound had festered, and gave him agonising pain.
A large and particularly fleshy broom-rape, recently flowering, festered unpleasantly everywhere.
I had this grievance, and it festered and raised the whole temperature of my hate.
The tithe grievance, which festered and grew into civil war in the nineteenth century, was never touched.
But Ajax saw nothing but what had festered so long in his own mind.
fester fes·ter (fěs'tər)
v. fes·tered, fes·ter·ing, fes·ters
To form pus; putrefy.