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old-fashioned and out of date

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Everything about the latest caper is fusty and outdated including a flimsy script penned by William Davies, which has the title character "go analogue" to defeat the hi-tech menace of cyberterrorists.
Everything about the latest caper is fusty and outdated, including a flimsy script penned by William Davies, which has the title character "go analogue" to defeat the hi-tech menace of cyber-terrorists.
She spent 15 minutes describing it and I was loving it, saying this should be a TV show - smart young woman explains to foolish fusty old man what stuff is."
If it's any consolation, the fusty and musty comedy deftly demonstrates how far the lovely actress has come as a performer.
It begins in 1945 with Anne, a young woman who wants to shake off her fusty New England roots, and begins a quick ascent into one of the highest New York social circles.
Having been tossed out of her interior decorating gig, Bailey gets a job renovating her cousin Melinda's apartment, transforming it from fusty Edwardian to Barbie beach house.
Midgar Studio and Fusty Game just released a major patch for "Hover: Revolt of Gamers" and it comes with a lot of changes and improvements.
Alex, Zack, Sophie and Jonny are less than impressed by the fusty old star-turns but when the vault of the Bank of England is robbed, they realise that only a magician could have pulled off the daring heist.
Tony Webster (Broadbent) is divorced and retired, leading a rather fusty and reclusive life.
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.
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.
But it's a good thing Chelsea Hotels and its creative partners Selldorf Architects, Pandiscio Co., and Union Square Hospitality Group revived good old Martha Washington not as a fusty Victorian, but as a chic and contemporary suffragette!