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
Digital First Media is closing the moldy Pottstown Mercury building at King and North Hanover Streets, telling employees to work from home or a printing plant about 45 minutes away in Chester County.
Six men came out at the other end, barely alive, half naked, with only a few pounds of moldy flour between them.
Use white face makeup (full coverage, duh), then use green and purple paint to give yourself a gross moldy look.
Gone, too, is the massive fountain that, for much of the year, had the desultory look of an empty, slightly moldy, swimming pool.
Still, chefs need to cut off these moldy parts, resulting in a 20 to 30 percent loss of the original product.
The Hamptons at Metrowest, a sprawling condo complex with 700 units, is still blighted by moldy wood and faulty stucco years after the association there won a $20 million award in a construction defect lawsuit.
But is local businesses booming enough to keep the scene afloat? Bloody floors, expired baby food, moldy tomatoes, and mouse droppings are not what customers want in a restaurant.
Recent publicity has highlighted problems with leaking and moldy hospitals.
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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
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