putid

putid

(ˈpjuːtɪd)
adj
1. having an unpleasant odour
2. morally corrupt
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While Eikon Basilike constructed an image of Charles as pious martyr-king, Cromwell's Bloody Slaughter-house did the obverse, vilifying Charles's opponents as "cursed Cains," "murtherers of the Father of your Countrey," "impudent Ravishers both of Church and State," "Monsters of Men," "putid Apostates," "execrable Saints," "shameless Sinners," and "trayterous Tyrants:"(61) and all this in only one of over one hundred impassioned pages!