Adjective "unrotted" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/(ˌ)ʌnˈrɒtɪd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Not rotted.

    Definitions

    1. to undergo decomposition; decay.

    2. to deteriorate, disintegrate, fall, or become weak due to decay (often followed by away, from, off, etc.).

    3. to languish, as in confinement.

    4. to become morally corrupt or offensive. verb (used with object), rotted, rotting.

    5. to cause to rot: Dampness rots wood.

    6. to cause moral decay in; cause to become morally corrupt.

    7. to ret (flax, hemp, etc.). noun

    8. the process of rotting. 9. the

    More examples(as adjective)

    "turfs can be unrotted."

    Origin

    (rot)Late Middle English; earliest use found in Palladius' De Re Rustica. From un- + rotted.