Examples of moldy in a Sentence
Her books became moldy after being left in a damp basement.
The wine had a slightly moldy aroma.
Recent Examples of moldy from the Web
Moldy but golden oldies My wife’s car has SiriusXM radio.
For Strickland, revenge is a dish best served stale and moldy.
All those stars on a smartphone app will offer little consolation to the traveler who ends up in a moldy bed or, exponentially worse, to the woman assaulted by her driver.
Responding to a moldy sack of protoplasm who writes for the Daily Caller, CNN editor Chris Cillizza leapt to Jacobs’s defense.
Gaps in brand-new window frames — replaced months ago during an initial stage of renovation but not yet properly sealed by workers — invite swarms of bugs into the moldy interior of his apartment.
However, the facilities also lack the ability to cycle in fresh air, making the air stale and moldy.
Shortly after that, in February, the housemates inspected the water heater and discovered a large nest of rat feces, dead rats, garbage and moldy items, according to the suit.
Water leaked into the trailer, leaving it moldy, moist and smelly.
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First Known Use of moldy
MOLDY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of moldy for English Language Learners
: covered with mold
: resembling mold : tasting, smelling, or looking like mold
MOLDY Defined for Kids
Definition of moldy for Students
: covered with or containing mold moldy fruit
Medical Definition of moldy
moldieror chiefly British
: covered with a mold-producing fungus moldy bread
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