mouldy mouldy  /ˈmoʊl di/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) covered with or smelling of mold

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Cryptic scribbling in mouldy volumes of Chaucer lead at last tocertain mislaid belongings of the globe-sacking son of Philip of Macedon.
  2. Several truckloads of mouldy, bullet-riddled, knife-slashed clothing.
  3. Spectators pelted the effigies with stones, clods, dung, mouldy mangel-wurzels.

News

  • Prison breakout sim The Escapists picked up by Worms studio Team17

    Team17, the UK outfit behind the popular Worms franchise, will publish Mouldy Toof Studios' indie prison break-out sim for PC, The Escapists. This is the second game to be published under Team17's third-party publishing label, the first being indie...
    on February 21, 2014     Source: Joystiq

Quotes

  1. Singer KIMBERLY WALSH says, "I guess that if you like brown teeth and mouldy fingers, he's your guy."
    on Oct 20, 2006 By: Kimberley Walsh Source: PR-Inside.com (Pressemitteilung)

  2. Ramsay said: "The idea of bringing mouldy food in and planting actors is af**king joke. There's a man who got very scared and very embarrassed about his lack of professionalism. For a man to waste lawyers' time and taxpayers' money to get upset...
    on Aug 28, 2007 By: Gordon Ramsay Source: This is London

  3. "Most of these have been dismantled, the crackers got mouldy a very long time ago," confirmed John Lewis Gaddis, an expert in Cold War history at Yale University. "It's unusual to find one fully intact; one that is rediscovered, almost in an...
    on Mar 22, 2006 By: John Lewis Gaddis Source: Independent

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