By the time Fox News decided to bid farewell to Glenn Beck, he had descended deep into the fetid swamp of conspiracy theories.
Many people remain stuck in all-black townships and fetid squatter camps, with no water, indoor toilets, or electricity.
This renewable (I mean renewed every single damn day) bio-energy (otherwise known as fetid rot) helps keep the coop warm.
Insurgent sniper fire turned the fetid, 120-degree streets into a hellish shooting gallery.
Gaddafi has to find a fetid corner where America holds less sway.
How the fetid goat and the swine wallowing in the mire speak to the lecherous man and the drunkard!
He was as devoid of it as the fetid slime one treads underfoot in nightmares.
There was in the fetid gloom of the place a permeating musk of things seemingly not of this earth.
When he came to his senses again he found himself in the fetid hold of a ship.
I found the cell somewhat larger than the ordinary private compartment of the prison, but indescribably damp, fetid, and dismal.
early 15c., from Latin fetidus (commonly, but incorrectly, foetidus) "stinking," from fetere "have a bad smell, stink." Perhaps connected with fimus "dung," or with fumus "smoke."
fetid fet·id (fět'ĭd, fē'tĭd)
Having an offensive odor.