rancidly


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rancidly

(ˈrænsɪdlɪ)
adv
in a rancid manner
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Killip and the award-worthy Martin turn in performances that are as rancidly believable as they're spot-on credible as tough-talking street urchins.
BEST SITCOM Come Fly With Me (BBC One Wales, Christmas Day, 10pm) THE last series of Little Britain was a rancidly unfunny and frequently borderline racist cocktail of wee-wee and poo-poo gags.
But the Court slowly became an almost sacred institution, so that even such lapses as the Dred Scott case, such (apparently) unpopular holdings as the ban on school prayer, and such rancidly political decisions as Bush v.