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mus·ty
[muhs-tee]
ADJECTIVE [MUS·TI·ER, MUS·TI·EST.]
1.
having an odor or flavor suggestive of mold, as old buildings, long-closed rooms, or stale food.
2.
obsolete; outdated; antiquated: musty laws.
3.
dull; apathetic.
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Fusty definition, having a stale smell; moldy; musty: fusty rooms that were in need of a good airing. See more.

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Late 15th century: from Old French fuste 'smelling of the cask', from fust 'cask, tree trunk', from Latin fustis 'cudgel'. Pronunciation. fusty. /ˈfʌsti/. Word of the Day.

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fusty definition: 1. not fresh and smelling unpleasant especially because of being left slightly wet: 2. old-fashioned in ideas and beliefs: . Learn more.

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Use the adjective fusty to describe something that's covered with dust and smells a little old and musty. Your grandmother's attic is probably full of fusty ...

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fusty (comparative fustier, superlative fustiest). Moldy or musty. Stale-smelling or stuffy. (figuratively, by extension) Old-fashioned, refusing to change or update.

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