Fusty definition, having a stale smell; moldy; musty: fusty rooms that were in need of a good airing. See more.
Fusty (adj) ..old fashioned or out of state
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June 30, 2017 | the quality or state of being faithful You can have faith in fidelity, which has existed in English since the 15th century; its etymological path winds back through Middle English and
February 19, 2017 | to make confused In 1735, British poet Alexander Pope lamented, in rhyme, being besieged by 'a parson much bemus'd in beer.' The cleric in question was apparently one of a horde of
February 07, 2017 | a connection or link Nexus is all about connections. The word comes from nectere, a Latin verb meaning 'to bind.' A number of other English words are related to nectere. The most
May 30, 2017 | to give up a position of power Give it up. English includes many words for the process of throwing in the towel, especially for relinquishing a job or elected office. Abdicate, a
September 13, 2017 | showing mature qualities at an early age Precocious got started in Latin when the prefix prae-, meaning 'ahead of,' was combined with the verb coquere, meaning 'to cook' or 'to