fusty


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Synonyms for fusty

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stale and unclean smelling

old-fashioned and out of date

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Once players have installed the new patch, they may get the chance to listen to Naganuma's music by visiting the Fusty Pub or even the Gamer's headquarters.
Summary: Oh, the anger of the fusty at the announcement of Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize
Designer Michael Kramer's radical multi-phase makeover of fusty old Gurney's finally gives Montauk a resort worthy of the stylish beach town.
It struck me as a slightly peculiar place to host such an event but I was pleasantly surprised by the number of families who turned up, especially given the fusty smell and slimy state of the building.
Postcards from the edge--of grief, of rationality, and in just a few cases, of the German capital itself--are delivered by the dozen in "Alone in Berlin," Vincent Perez's diverting but terminally fusty story of a middle-aged couple waging an anonymous propaganda war against Nazism in the early 1940s.
If you can't do that, then go back to your fusty council halls and discuss the Falklands and Cuba and whatever else takes your fancy among yourselves.
This latest scandal has exposed serious rot in the House of Lords, a pompous, dysfunctional, fusty, backward institution.
A fusty dampness mingled with the tang of bleach from cleaned flagstones.
and Union Square Hospitality Group revived good old Martha Washington not as a fusty Victorian, but as a chic and contemporary suffragette
Proof that when fusty old managers tell the media and agents it's not in a young player's interest to describe them as the finished article but instead to protect them from hype, they know what they're talking about.
First staged in 1940, The Light of Heart is set in an authentically horrible shabby bedsit room in London - squalid and fusty, with mismatched furniture.
However, I shall be at home on May 7 and will stroll the few hundred yards to the fusty church hall where I register my political preference.
Birmingham academics are not all fusty recluses working away in their labs.
Yes, the public libraries were often fusty and dusty, but extremely tranquil and quiet, which could not always be said of the university.
Sure, there are times when it falls out of favor, when even the greatest practitioners find themselves dismissed as fusty has-beans who have lost their touch.