mouldy

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mouldy ‎(comparative mouldier or more mouldy, superlative mouldiest or most mouldy)

  1. Covered with mould.
  2. Neglected.
  3. (Britain, colloquial) worthless; lousy; rotten
    • 2014, Patricia Combs, Café Paradise
      'Go cuddle up to your mouldy old papers,' she shouted at him. 'See how warm they'll keep you.' She slammed the door and made to walk off.

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