fester

Fester vs United - What's the difference?

fester | united |


As a verb fester

is to become septic; to become rotten.

As a proper noun united is

(chiefly|british) any of many football teams formed by the amalgamation of smaller ones.

Fester vs Carbuncle - What's the difference?

fester | carbuncle | Related terms |

Fester is a related term of carbuncle.


As a verb fester

is to become septic; to become rotten.

As a noun carbuncle is

(archaic) a deep-red or fiery colored garnet or other dark red precious stone, especially when cut cabochon.

Putrid vs Fester - What's the difference?

putrid | fester |


As an adjective putrid

is rotting, rotten, being in a state of putrefaction.

As a verb fester is

to become septic; to become rotten.

Fester vs Poison - What's the difference?

fester | poison |


As verbs the difference between fester and poison

is that fester is to become septic; to become rotten while poison is to use poison to kill or paralyse somebody.

As a noun poison is

a substance that is harmful or lethal to a living organism.

Smoke vs Fester - What's the difference?

smoke | fester |


As a proper noun smoke

is london.

As a verb fester is

to become septic; to become rotten.

Fester vs Pus - What's the difference?

fester | pus |


As a verb fester

is to become septic; to become rotten.

As an initialism pus is

permanent under secretary (uk).

Fester vs Rotting - What's the difference?

fester | rotting |


As verbs the difference between fester and rotting

is that fester is to become septic; to become rotten while rotting is .

As a noun rotting is

the process by which something rots.

Fester vs Exacerbate - What's the difference?

fester | exacerbate |


As verbs the difference between fester and exacerbate

is that fester is to become septic; to become rotten while exacerbate is to make worse (pain, anger, etc); aggravate.

Decay vs Fester - What's the difference?

decay | fester |


As verbs the difference between decay and fester

is that decay is to deteriorate, to get worse, to lose strength or health, to decline in quality while fester is to become septic; to become rotten.

As a noun decay

is the process or result of being gradually decomposed.

Fester vs Infectious - What's the difference?

fester | infectious |


As a verb fester

is to become septic; to become rotten.

As an adjective infectious is

(pathology|of an illness) transmitted from one person to another, usually through the air breathed.

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