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adv.1.In a septic manner; in a manner tending to promote putrefaction.
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It's hard to pinpoint where the leakage in this latest Abbas- Mustan adventure-caper begins to seep septically into the plot.
coli colonies counting, (Collins and Lyne, 1984) caecal content specimens were taken a septically one gram of each caecal content was mixed with 9 ml saline for preparation of a ten fold dilution.