[ US /ˈmoʊɫdi/ ]
  1. covered with or smelling of mold
    moldy bread
    a moldy (or musty) odor
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How To Use moldy In A Sentence

  • It's hay that may have become moldy - if it was moist when put in the haymow - but it is just as effective for mulching as good hay, and a great deal cheaper.
  • The only sign of life there today came from a mouldy old caravan, all steamy windows and grimed with neglect, where a radio was playing Sunday morning music of the popular kind.
  • Seriously though, Rufus knew that the problems commonly blamed on rye occur when the grain is moldy and has ergot, so he was careful never to buy moldy rye.
  • The fallen tree had been moldy and rotten, the smell strong and unpleasant enough to deter most burrowing animals that would normally have occupied the space.
  • We never found out what was causing it, but I rather suspect that the carpets were mouldy from the damp.
  • We had to throw away our bin because it was so mouldy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Infected seed may be visibly moldy, yet others appear healthy.
  • You can accept your moldy old science with its unanswered questions and stupid bland facts and its ‘rigorous analytical processes.’
  • I could imagine the garlicked sausages to have been a remnant left in a mouldy cupboard by some impoverished hidalgo of a hundred years back. The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton
  • Jean-Baptiste Canelle, for that was his name, sat behind a table covered with moldy bread crusts, half burned candles, and beer-stains.
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