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How to Pronounce rottenness?

Correct pronunciation for the word "rottenness" is [ɹˈɒtənnəs], [ɹˈɒtənnəs], [ɹ_ˈɒ_t_ə_n_n_ə_s].

What are the misspellings for rottenness?

  • rotteness,
  • eottenness,
  • dottenness,
  • fottenness,
  • tottenness,
  • 5ottenness,
  • 4ottenness,
  • rittenness,
  • rkttenness,
  • rlttenness,
  • rpttenness,
  • r0ttenness,
  • r9ttenness,
  • rortenness,
  • roftenness,
  • rottennness,
  • hethenness,
  • rottenes,
  • retredness,
  • Settelness

"Rottenness" in context

Rottenness is a condition used to describe something that is no longer usable because it has spoiled or gone bad. Usually, it is used to describe food, such as fruits, vegetables, and other perishables. It can also refer to materials, as in wooden beams and furniture, that have gone bad due to lack of maintenance and care. In both cases, when something is rotten, it has developed an unpleasant odor and taste, as well as a slimy, discolored appearance. Products that start to rot require more of the resources required to manufacture them, in addition to the obvious health risks posed by consuming rotting food that has gone bad.

What are similar-sounding words for rottenness?

Usage over time for rottenness:

This graph shows how "rottenness" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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