musty : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s covered with or smelling of mold
a moldy (or musty) odor
- s stale and unclean smelling
- Rarely used are these ancient and musty Federal statutes because most murders occur within the jurisdiction of a State, most murderers are executed by the people of a State.
- Worse, it's the ones from nonsmoking homes who are hit the hardest, perhaps because they are spared the dirty ashtrays and musty drapes that make real-world smoking a lot less .
- She was obliged, for lack of money, to use precious but musty draperies for clothes.
News & Articles
- Living with his 35,000 books
Tom Johnson, 83, lives in the museum that is his home. In his own non-digital way, he curates his family's legacy, the estimated 35,000 books and manuscripts that share his 113-year-old meandering and musty house on the Osage River.
June 10, 2013 - The Springfield News-Leader
- Wealthy turn hedge funds into family offices
USA TODAY - For hundreds of years, family offices have been the financial equivalent of social registers - small, musty preserves of the rich that have little impact on the real world.
June 9, 2013 - 9 News Denver
- David Hare in CBS News
Not only has Harold Pinter written some of the outstanding plays of his time, he has also blown fresh air into the musty attic of conventional English literature, by insisting that everything he does has a public and political dimension,said...
- John Podesta in USA Today (blog)
The issue, Podesta said, is whether Lieberman "is trying to get to 'no' on health care. He said Democratic congressional leaders were surprised by Lieberman's negative language Sunday on the emerging Democratic plan. I suspect musty folders on...
- Moby in MTV UK
Moby said in a statement: "Combining such disparate influences as rock, hard rock, metal, and heavy metal, New York City's Diamondsnake was borne out of a shared love for entering a small, dark, and musty room, plugging into a few amps, and playing...