Decayed

  • (adj): Deteriorated by decay or rot.
    Example: "Decayed teeth"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on decayed:

Julia Petta
... body was still intact - her body had not decayed at all ... Why Petta's body had not decayed following burial has never been explained ... Observations of non-decayed bodies that have been deceased for years, even decades, is not uncommon ...
Park Lafayette - Recent History
... as some buildings have been torn down, decayed buildings have been given new layers of paint, and apartments have received new maintenance ... due to so much urban decay over the years, the area is half-way still decayed as several buildings are now abandoned, boarded up, corroded, and an eyesore overall ... The small homes that surround the project buildings have also decayed as many homes are now boarded up and abandoned ...
Drakkar Productions - Catalogue - DKCD (Compact Discs)
... Possession 1999 DKCD008 Mütiilation Remains of a Ruined, Dead, Cursed Soul 1999 DKCD009 Decayed The Book of Darkness 1999 DKCD010 Various Artists The Return Of Darkness Hate DKCD011 Tsjuder Kill for Satan 2000 ...
Samos (satellite) - Vehicle Missions
... Decayed 10/21/71 Samos 3 Sept. 22, 1961 1,860 702. 89.6 1961-ALPHA-LAMBDA-2, 1961-035A Decayed 8/14/62 Samos 6 March 7, 1962 1,860 676. 90.9 1962-ETA-3, 1962-007A Decayed 6/7/63 Samos 7 April 26, 1962 1,588 204. 92.0 1962-PI ...

More definitions of "decayed":

  • (adj): Damaged by decay; hence unsound and useless.
    Example: "A decayed foundation"
    Synonyms: rotten, rotted

Famous quotes containing the word decayed:

    I often wish for the end of the wretched remnant of my life; and that wish is a rational one; but then the innate principle of self-preservation, wisely implanted in our natures, for obvious purposes, opposes that wish, and makes us endeavour to spin out our thread as long as we can, however decayed and rotten it may be.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)

    Take a decayed Christian ... and the remains of a Stoic; mix thoroughly with good manners, a bit of money and an old-fashioned education; simmer for several years in a university. Result: a scholar and a gentleman. Well, there were worse types of human being.
    Aldous Huxley (1894–1963)

    But here comes Generosity; giving—not to a decayed artist—but to the arts and sciences themselves.—See,—he builds ... whole schools and colleges for those who come after. Lord! how they will magnify his name!
    —One honest tear shed in private over the unfortunate, is worth them all.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)