Dictionary Meaning and Definition on 'Fusty'
Fusty Meaning and Definition from WordNet (r) 2.0
- stale and unclean smelling [syn: musty, frowsty]
- old-fashioned and out of date [syn: standpat(a), unprogressive, nonprogressive] [also: fustiest, fustier]
- Fusty \Fusty\, a. [Compar. Fustier; superl Fustiest.] [See
- Moldy; musty; ill-smelling; rank. ``A fusty plebeians.'' --Shak.
- Moping. [Archaic] A melancholy, fusty humor. --Pepys.
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- Britons look to Europe as they turn Christmas into a winter wonderland
Battling through crowded shopping malls is being replaced by ice rinks, mulled wine fairs, fairy folk and theatre As Advent calendar doors are ripped open and children fight over an infinitesimal piece of slightly fusty chocolate, the British festive season will officially get under way. So far, so traditional. But is a change in tone detectable this year, a trans Read more on this news related to 'Fusty'
- Brief encounters
Much as Beethoven, solid and dependable if a little fusty, remains a foundation of the symphonic repertoire, so the solid Walter Lippmann (1889-1974) is a mainstay of tradition-minded press critics. Read more on this news related to 'Fusty'
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HANDS up who can tell me when it became OK to use the word sick to mean really good? At the risk of sounding like a fusty old Telegraph reader lamenting the diminished standards of English, we are on the precipice of a pandemic. A pandemic of linguistic lunacy. Read more on this news related to 'Fusty'