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The Press-Enterprise (Riverside, California), October 9, 2005. Rotten Situations Lost Teeth due to ‘Meth Mouth’ Consequences of Drug Abuse “Rotten” is a powerful adjective meaning horrible or extremely bad (If food is rotten, it has chemically decomposed so that it smells bad and can no longer be eaten). “Meth” is short for methamphetamine, which is a very dangerous and addictive drug that has become used among teenagers. A “consequence” is another word for a result or outcome, and one result of meth is that it rots away the user’s teeth! The “abuse” of something is to misuse it, or to use it in such a way that it is harmful.
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