A keg of water and a maggoty ham—the latter exposed to the full sunlight of the tropics—was all the food in sight.
But should you happen to be a little—well, maggoty, you positively do not have to tell me.
Do not eat food that is spoiled, smells or tastes badly or is flyblown or maggoty or full of bugs.
We can't live on rum, maggoty bread, and foul water—that's sure.
And this is why maggoty mushrooms are so often found exposed for sale in summer.
He had an ironplated stomach, but putrid and maggoty meat was too much for it.
Perhaps, dear, she has some interesting internal disease, or a maggoty brain.
Buck Moncrossen was a big man with a shrunken, maggoty soul, and no conscience.
They swore to starve rather than consume the maggoty provender.
“I wonder if the blamed brutes are going to be too maggoty for our use after all,” he thought.