In 2009, Johnny Depp and his rotting teeth were selected for a second time.
The subdead wont last forever, you've seen them rotting, eh?
Take My Stimulus, Please: This bill is like a rotting corpse.
A brackish breeze blew off the Black Sea, mixing with rotting garbage, human sweat, cheap cleaning products, and undefined fumes.
The parties disagreed, of course, and money was rotting the system, yes.
In this condition they are often found by stripping off the bark from dead and rotting logs in the woods.
Some reckon it incorruptible; and if it be not, it is at least a great many years in rotting.
Once across that quarter-mile of sloppy, rotting ice, he knew there was good, clear running to his cabin and his gun.
The woodwork down below was rotting, and covered with filth.
I believe his house was rotting somewhere near by, though I've never seen it, not having been far enough in that direction.
Old English rotian "to decay, putrefy," from Proto-Germanic *rutjan (cf. Old Saxon roton, Old Norse rotna, Old Frisian rotia, Middle Dutch roten, Dutch rotten, Old High German rozzen "to rot," German rößen "to steep flax"), from stem *rut-. Related: Rotted; rotting.
early 14c., from rot (v.) or of Scandinavian origin (cf. Icelandic rot, Swedish röta, Danish røde "decay, putrefaction"), from the root of the verb. Slang noun sense of "rubbish, trash" is from 1848.