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  • Fester | Define Fester at Dictionary.com

    dictionary.reference.com/browse/fester Morticia, Gomez, fester, Pugsley, and Wednesday may be a twisted family but they are as tight-knit as any Norman Rockwell clan.
  • Fester | Definition of Fester by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fester His wounds festered for days before he got medical attention. His feelings of resentment have festered for years. We should deal with these problems now instead of ...
  • Fester - definition of fester by The Free Dictionary

    www.thefreedictionary.com/fester fes·ter (fĕs′tər) v. fes·tered, fes·ter·ing, fes·ters v.intr. 1. To generate pus; suppurate. 2. To form an ulcer. 3. To undergo decay; rot. 4. a. To be or ...
    • Festers - definition of festers by The Free Dictionary

      www.thefreedictionary.com/festers The whole party moved swiftly through the narrow path, toward the north, leaving the healing waters to mingle unheeded with the adjacent brooks and the bodies of the ...
    • Fester - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fester Fester or Fester's may refer to: Fester Hollow, a tributary of the West Branch Briar Creek in Columbia County, Pennsylvania; Fester Kun Med Mig Selv, a single by ...
    • Fester | The Mindfuck Festival

      fester.la FESTER is a monthly film series showcasing "Mindfuck Movies", films that crawl inside your head and stay there like the memory of a fever dream.
    • Fester dictionary definition | fester defined

      www.yourdictionary.com/fester Origin of fester. Middle English festre; from Old French ; from Classical Latin fistula: see fistula