Origin of putrescible
OTHER WORDS FROM putresciblepu·tres·ci·bil·i·ty, nounnon·pu·tres·ci·ble, adjective
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How to use putrescible in a sentence
To prove his contention he set out for Arbois with a large number of glass bulbs each half filled with a putrescible liquid.An Introduction to the History of Science|Walter Libby
Cleanliness in leather manufacture is as essential at the commencement as anywhere, for the hide is in its most putrescible state.
Hides are of course putrescible, and dirt, blood, dung and warm weather encourage rapid putrefaction.
All these materials are of course readily putrescible and must be put "into work" without much loss of time.
As the animal food proteins are exceedingly putrescible, they are usually consumed within a short time of the animal being killed.