Synonyms & Antonyms : Rot





Rot



( Verb )


One of the pieces had
rotted off.

Synonyms:

Decay

Corrode

Faster

Perish

Decompose

Putrefy

Contextual Examples:

The matter over and under the ground
decays in due course to become fossils.

The earthquake left a number of bodies under the debris found
decomposed on digging.

One could smell the stink of
putrefied junk months after the earthquake.



Antonyms:

Flourish

Bloom

Expend

Flower

Increase

Grow

Contextual Examples:

During the rainy season green plants get
flourished.

The flowers
bloom in the spring season.

Vegetation
grows profusely in tropical countries.


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