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Blast away grimy dirt and mildew from your patio, outdoor furniture, fences, driveways, and even cars and your stress will melt away.
7 GIFTS TO TAKE THE STRESS OUT OF STRESS-CLEANINGJESSICA BODDYDECEMBER 16, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
Still, Château de Rochemorin lost 25% of its crop, due to mildew.
WILDFIRES, TRADE WARS, COVID-19: THE 2020 GLOBAL WINE HARVEST MAY GO DOWN AS THE MOST CHALLENGING YETBERNHARD WARNERSEPTEMBER 20, 2020FORTUNE
A rainy spring in Priorat brought mildew, cutting yields even at such top producers as Cellier Mas Doix, which started harvesting early, in August.
WILDFIRES, TRADE WARS, COVID-19: THE 2020 GLOBAL WINE HARVEST MAY GO DOWN AS THE MOST CHALLENGING YETBERNHARD WARNERSEPTEMBER 20, 2020FORTUNE
Many of the pictures in the gallery were warped and cracked, and mildewed by neglect and damp.
ART IN ENGLANDDUTTON COOK
When he relighted the candle he held in one hand a packet wrapped in a piece of mildewed leather.
IN FRIENDSHIP'S GUISEWM. MURRAY GRAYDON
In 1864, the Government found that quantities of grain paid in under the tax as new-grown were mildewed.
THE DAY OF THE CONFEDERACYNATHANIEL W. STEPHENSON
You have steadily shut out the sun, and your minds have become musty, damp and mildewed.
NUGGETS OF THE NEW THOUGHTWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON,
I may remark that the cabinet hed a gloomy and mildewed look.
SWINGIN ROUND THE CIRKLE.PETROLEUM V. NASBY
The hillside was honeycombed with deserted workings and mildewed embankments of slag.
THE MOTOR RANGERS THROUGH THE SIERRASMARVIN WEST
It was a ragged, old-fashioned acrobatic entertainment, with the mildewed humour of antiquated clowns.
THE MOUNTEBANKWILLIAM J. LOCKE
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WORDS RELATED TO MILDEWED

  • banal
  • bathetic
  • bromidic
  • chain
  • cliché
  • clichéd
  • common
  • commonplace
  • cornball
  • corny
  • drained
  • dull
  • exhausted
  • familiar tune
  • flat
  • hackneyed
  • hokey
  • jejune
  • mildewed
  • moth-eaten
  • musty
  • old hat
  • ordinary
  • overused
  • overworked
  • pedestrian
  • platitudinal
  • platitudinous
  • prosaic
  • ready-made
  • routine
  • run-of-the-mill
  • set
  • shopworn
  • stale
  • stereotyped
  • stereotypic
  • stock
  • threadbare
  • timeworn
  • tired
  • uninspired
  • unoriginal
  • used-up
  • vapid
  • warmed-over
  • well-worn
  • worn
  • worn-out
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