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stale food such as bread is old and no longer fresh
very unpleasant to taste, smell, see, or feel
rancid food contains fats or oils that are no longer fresh and have an unpleasant taste and smell
with an unpleasant taste or smell, especially because of no longer being fresh
too unpleasant or poisonous to eat
having no flavor
not having a strong taste and therefore not very interesting to eat
no longer fresh or good to eat or drink
a title used before a man or woman's name as a gender-neutral alternative to Mr, Ms, etc
a wild plant with a thick round purple or white flower and leaves with sharp points. The thistle...
another way of saying congratulations, or that something/someone looks nice or fascinating
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