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IT IS GENERATIONAL, AND WILL NOT GO AWAY ANYTIME SOON BECAUSE IT IS EMBEDDED WITHIN THE FABRIC AND MINDS OF THOSE WHO ALLOW IT TO GROW AND FESTER.




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The festival was awesome because the there were very and knew how to have a good time while taking care of each other.


Fester Meaning, Fester name meaning


She's a very tough, tough old lady, very demanding.


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    fester | American Dictionary fester verb [ I ] us / ˈfes·tər / (of an injury such as a cut) to become infected and form pus (= thick yellow liquid) fig. If a bad situation such as an argument festers, it becomes worse because it is being ignored: It was better that she expressed her anger rather than let it fester inside her.
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    Fester definition, to form pus; generate purulent matter; suppurate. See more.
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    fester verb [ I ] us / ˈfes·tər / (of an injury such as a cut) to become infected and form pus (= thick yellow liquid) fig. If a bad situation such as an argument festers, it becomes worse because it is being ignored: It was better that she expressed her anger rather than let it fester inside her.
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    verb. 1 (of a wound or sore) become septic; suppurate. ‘They have never seen leprosy or festering abscesses or sores that do not heal.’. ‘The 13 year-old suffered from serious skin ulcers on his right knee and the wound festered upward to his thigh.’. ‘From what I could see in the darkness his flesh was purple and soaked with dried.
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    fester in British English. (ˈfɛstə ) verb. 1. to form or cause to form pus. 2. (intransitive) to become rotten; decay. 3. to become or cause to become bitter, irritated, etc, esp over a long period of time; rankle.
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