maggoty

[mag-uh-tee]
adjective
1.
infested with maggots, as food.
2.
Archaic. having queer notions; full of whims.
3.
Australian Slang. angry; bad-tempered.

Origin:
1660–70; maggot + -y1

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maggoty (ˈmæɡətɪ)
 
adj
1.  relating to, resembling, or ridden with maggots
2.  slang very drunk
3.  slang (Austral) annoyed, angry

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Example sentences
These poems occasional evoke a sticky, maggoty feeling.
During certain seasons, tomatoes are contaminated with field moths and in the markets the product becomes maggoty.
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