mustier mustier


  1. (adj) covered with or smelling of mold
  2. (adj) stale and unclean smelling


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  1. Director Pietro Germi and Actor Marcello Mastroianni, in the year's most hilarious comedy of bad manners, slyly rattle one of the mustier skeletons in their country's closet .
  2. By focusing on her kids but delegating some of the more hostess-y aspects of the job, Michelle is peeling away some of the mustier ideas about what it means to be a good spouse .


  1. Shatel: It's time for Blais' Mavs to win

    If it's hockey time at UNO, the week they drop the puck, this must be the Civic Auditorium. The old barn is a little mustier than usual on this day.
    on October 14, 2013     Source: Omaha World-Herald

  2. Mustier Sees Banks Heading Back to 80s Amid Rising Capital Needs

    UniCredit SpA (UCG) ’s Jean Pierre Mustier, a 26-year veteran of European investment banking , sees lenders reworking their business models on 1980s lines as regulatory demands for higher capital levels force retrenchment.
    on October 9, 2013     Source: Bloomberg

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