This renewable (I mean renewed every single damn day) bio-energy (otherwise known as fetid rot) helps keep the coop warm.
Many people remain stuck in all-black townships and fetid squatter camps, with no water, indoor toilets, or electricity.
Insurgent sniper fire turned the fetid, 120-degree streets into a hellish shooting gallery.
early 15c., from Latin fetidus (commonly, but incorrectly, foetidus) "stinking," from fetere "have a bad smell, stink." Perhaps connected with fimus "dung," or with fumus "smoke."
fetid fet·id (fět'ĭd, fē'tĭd)
Having an offensive odor.