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moldy

[mohl-dee] /ˈmoʊl di/
adjective, moldier, moldiest.
1.
overgrown or covered with mold.
2.
musty, as from decay or age.
3.
Informal. old-fashioned; outmoded:
moldy ideas about higher education.
Origin of moldy
1350-1400
1350-1400; Middle English; see mold2, -y1
Related forms
moldiness, noun
unmoldy, adjective
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moldy

/ˈməʊldɪ/
adjective moldier, moldiest
1.
the US spelling of mouldy
Derived Forms
moldiness, noun

mouldy

/ˈməʊldɪ/
adjective mouldier, mouldiest (US) moldier, moldiest
1.
covered with mould
2.
stale or musty, esp from age or lack of use
3.
(slang) boring; dull
Derived Forms
mouldiness, (US) moldiness, noun
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Word Origin and History for moldy
adj.

also mouldy, 1570s, earlier mowly (late 14c.), from mold (n.2) + -y (2). Related: Moldiness.

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