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frowsty

adjective frows·ty \ˈfra-stē\
frowst·i·erfrowst·i·est

Definition of FROWSTY

1
chiefly British :  musty
2
chiefly British :  frowsy 2

Examples of FROWSTY

  1. <a frowsty, mold-ridden flat in London's East End>

Origin of FROWSTY

alteration of frowsy
First Known Use: 1865

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