I know, I know—I feel like a fusty old crank merely posing the question.
Any chance that fusty old uniform can get revamped into something more appropriately Batman-esque for the occasion?
You would have us go and live in that damp, musty, fusty place?
fusty, earlier foisty, is no longer used in its proper sense.
The funny thing is that his people are as poor as church mice—three brown mice in a fusty little house like a family pew.
You're not selfish and you're not fusty; but you remind me of him when you make remarks like your first.
The cab is fusty, the driver is sulky, the morning is foggy.
A fusty, musty smell was in the room, in the air of the staircase, everywhere.
My money supports men of genius and taste—it shall not be frittered away on a pack of fusty shopkeepers.
The vessel was laden with rice, and the fusty heat which came up from below was something awful.
"stale-smelling," late 14c., from Old French fusté "fusty, tasting of the cask," from Old French fuist "wine cask," originally "stick, stave," from Latin fustis "staff, stick of wood." Related: Fustiness.