Thesaurus / mildewed

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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.
Still, Château de Rochemorin lost 25% of its crop, due to mildew.
A rainy spring in Priorat brought mildew, cutting yields even at such top producers as Cellier Mas Doix, which started harvesting early, in August.
The upper part, where it had been doubled and folded, was all mildewed and rotten, and tore on being opened.'
Our flour—our precious flour—had got mildewed, and had to be thrown away.
FARTHEST NORTHFRIDTJOF NANSEN
The key is kept by a ghoulish old dame, almost as time-worn and mildewed as the tomb over which she watches.
TALES OF OLD JAPANALGERNON BERTRAM FREEMAN-MITFORD
He was in his flowered dressing-gown, and was standing on tiptoe, reaching up for one of the mildewed flower-pots.
JOHN WARD, PREACHERMARGARET DELAND
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
I have one of these yet--mildewed with age, and most rudely stitched, but still a very precious possession.
IN THE VALLEYHAROLD FREDERIC
And all you've got is that mildewed chaperon, snoring there.

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