Thesaurus / fusty
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But this was the heart of summer, and there was no need to go into the musty, fusty old house.

It seems so funny not to go to it, instead of moping in these fusty lodgings.

The Rough RoadWilliam John Locke

At the top of the stair I was pushed into a dark, fusty room, and guided to a low, fusty sofa or bed.

Nights in LondonThomas Burke

In the damp climate of western Carolina such an interior is fusty, or even wet.

Perhaps you could go from the musty, fusty lodgings to some fresher place with this to help you.

You're not selfish and you're not fusty; but you remind me of him when you make remarks like your first.

Thinks more of a fusty old parchment than the price of stocks.

Cecilia, Volume 3 (of 3)Frances (Fanny) Burney (Madame d'Arblay)

Fusty, fust′i, adj. smelling of the wood of the cask, as wine: ill-smelling.

I hope we shall brace ourselves up on the voyage home, otherwise you will think us very tiresome and fusty.

I know well I am poor, and so is dear mother, and the lodgings are fusty and musty, but we are neither of us so poor as that.

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